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Elizabeth Gay Frayne: Microbial production of nuclease resistant DNA, RNA, and oligo mixtures. Frayne Consultants, October 24, 2006: US07125982 (72 worldwide citation)

The present method describes the use of thio-phosphate as a feed source for micro-organisms and multi-cellular organisms. This compound enters into nucleotide pools and ultimately into polymers of both RNA and DNA forming stable phosphorothioate internucleotide linkages. The method enables the micro ...


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Hitzman Donald O: Microbial synthesis. Phillips Petroleum Company, October 29, 1974: US3844893 (19 worldwide citation)

In the separation of microorganisms from fermentor growth media, a separating agent such as an alcohol, is added to the fermentor effluent to facilitate separation of the cellular material. A portion of the spent media and separating agent is recycled to the fermentor as carbon energy source therein ...


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Burt D Ensley Jr: Microbial production of indigo. Amgen, Marshall O Toole Gerstein Murray & Bicknell, May 28, 1985: US04520103 (19 worldwide citation)

Microbial synthesis of indigo dyestuff in indole-free media is disclosed. Indigo production is preferably accomplished by genetic transformation of selected host cells having the capacity to produce and accumulate indole (either as a result of endogenous genomic capacity or genetic transformation) t ...


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Michael R Betlach, Daniel H Doherty, Rebecca W Vanderslice: Process for the synthesis of sugar nucleotides using recombinant-DNA methods. Monsanto Company, Fitzpatrick Cella Harper & Scinto, October 20, 1998: US05824472 (18 worldwide citation)

A recombinant-DNA mediated method for the synthesis of sugar nucleotides is disclosed. This method utilizes portable DNA sequences capable of directing the microbial synthesis of various enzymes that catalyze the synthesis of sugar nucleotides, including UDP-glucose, UDP-glucuronic acid and GDP-mann ...


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James E Nocek, William M Seymour, Joanne Siciliano Jones: Method of formulating dairy cow rations based on rumen-available protein and rumen-available carbohydrate. Agway, Charles S McGuire, October 27, 1992: US05158791 (16 worldwide citation)

A method of formulating dairy cow rations based on the amounts of ruminally available protein (RAP) and carbohydrates (RAC) in the total daily ration, which includes both grain and forage components. Quantities necessary for determining RAP and RAC values are obtained from conventional chemical anal ...


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Hitzman Donald O, Alquist Henry E: Microbial synthesis from aldehyde-containing hydrocarbon-derived products. Phillips Petroleum Company, February 15, 1972: US3642578 (13 worldwide citation)

Proteins, amino acids, gums, and other valuable fermentation products are efficiently biosynthesized from hydrocarbon-derived feedstocks containing aldehydes which have been admixed with a nitrogen-containing compound before being passed to a fermentor.


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Wolfgang Babel, Thomas Maskow: Method for the continuous microbiological production of polyhydroxy butyric acid. UFZ Umweltforschungszentrum Leipsig Halle, Norris McLaughlin & Marcus P A, May 28, 2002: US06395520 (13 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to the microbial synthesis of polyhydroxyalkanoic acids [PHA(B)] from substrates which have potential environmental toxicity and must therefore be detoxified and which, if capable of being utilized as a source of carbon and energy by microorganisms for growth and prop ...


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Donald O Hitzman: Microbial synthesis from aldehyde containing hydrocarbon derived products. Phillips Petroleum Company, June 29, 1976: US03965985 (7 worldwide citation)

Proteins, amino acids, gums, and other valuable fermentation products are efficiently biosynthesized from hydrocarbon derived feedstocks containing aldehydes which have been admixed with a nitrogen-containing compound before being passed to a fermentor.


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Ascon Miguel: Methods and systems for producing biofuels and bioenergy products from xenobiotic compounds. Evolution Energy Production, Ascon Miguel, Ascon Dolores, HAYMAN Mark, September 17, 2009: WO/2009/114752 (5 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides methods and systems for producing biofuel and bioenergy products using, as starting raw material, xenobiotic materials or compounds. The xenobiotic materials or compounds may originate from industrial or chemical plants, municipal waste, pharmaceutical products, cosmet ...


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Hitzman Donald O: Microbial synthesis from aldehyde containing hydrocarbon derived products. Phillips Petroleum Company, December 24, 1974: US3856774 (3 worldwide citation)

Proteins, amino acids, gums, and other valuable fermentation products are efficiently biosynthesized from hydrocarbon derived feedstocks containing aldehydes which have been admixed with a nitrogen-containing compound before being passed to a fermentor.