Biocatalysis—the use of enzymes to catalyze chemical reactions—has gained in popularity in recent years, and for good reason. Biocatalysis works.
Increasingly, enzymes are among the first choices of catalysts for a chemical reaction, no longer relegated to a back-up strategy to be considered when everything else has failed. The use of enzymes leads to more sustainable chemical manufacturing, often producing products in higher yield and with better purity and lower cost than more traditional alternatives. Further, improving biocatalysts using directed evolution approaches is now a standard methodology, allowing enzymes to be engineered to fit the conditions of a desired reaction in a targeted manner.
The Biocatalysis Enzyme Guide contains comprehensive world-wide listings of companies involved in biocatalysis. Section 1 of the Biocatalysis Enzyme Guide contains profiles 87 different companies developing or selling enzymes for biocatalysis applications, including key contact information. Also included are the services offered by each company, facilitating the identification of the best outsourcing partners. An important aim of the Biocatalysis Enzyme Guide is to provide actionable information on suppliers, developers, and manufacturers of enzymes for biocatalysis so that you will save time in sourcing enzymes and finding biocatalysis partners.
But the Biocatalysis Enzyme Guide includes much more.
Section 2 lists the most important enzymes used for biocatalysis, their alternate names, their applications, and every company around the world that sells or develops this type of enzyme. Each enzyme is identified along with its alternative names and its biocatalysis applications. Every company around the world that offers that type of enzyme is listed in an accompanying Table. Some listings, such as the one for ketoreductases, encompass hundreds of individual enzymes and improved variants that are available from various enzyme companies (by the way, there are 21 different companies described in the Guide supplying Ketoreductases for biocatalysis). Many of these can be purchased in convenient screening sets, allowing a relatively quick search to identify the best enzyme for a target application. Other enzymes, chloroperoxidase being an example, are available as only 1 or 2 types of different enzymes, and are available from only a small number of suppliers. This section allows you to search each enzyme for potential suppliers or developers, and if desired, also for developers of customized or evolved enzymes.
Section 3 focuses on companies that develop or offer immobilized enzymes. Frequently, immobilization is used to improve the economics of a biocatalytic process. Immobilized enzymes can be used in continuous flow or stirred tank systems. In both cases, the ability to stabilize enzymes and permit reuse can bring down the cost contribution of the biocatalyst to a level that makes a process more economical. You may be surprised to know that there are 28 different companies offering immobilized enzymes and custom immobilization services. This section will identify the best suppliers for almost any immobilized enzyme needs, including custom development of an immobilized enzyme formulation.
A fourth section lists companies that provide Biocatalysis Services. For each service area—Enzyme Screening, Custom Enzyme Development, Biocatalytic Process Development, Enzyme Evolution, Contract Manufacturing, and Immobilization—all companies providing that service are listed along with contact information for each company.
The Biocatalysis Enzyme Guide is the only comprehensive listing of 87 biocatalysis enzyme suppliers around the world so that you can identify all options for enzyme supply.
The Biocatalysis Enzyme Guide shows you which companies offer contract research and custom enzyme development services so that you can find the best partners for enzyme screening, new enzyme discovery, enzyme evolution, or biocatalytic process development.
The Biocatalysis Enzyme Guide describes which companies offer contract enzyme manufacturing services to simplify the identification of a biocatalyst supplier at commercial scale.
The Biocatalysis Enzyme Guide highlights the areas of strength and specialization for each enzyme company so that you can find the most suitable business partner for any specific enzyme needs.
The Biocatalysis Enzyme Guide lists all the suppliers of immobilized enzymes and immobilization technology so that you can quickly identify a supplier or research partner for immobilized biocatalyst development.
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