Enzyme Sources Guide: Updated and Revised for 2014!
The enzyme market is growing and becoming increasingly complex. New suppliers and developers of enzymes are entering the market, and existing enzyme companies are expanding their offerings and capabilities. Keeping abreast of the changes in the market is challenging, and knowing which company offers competitive products in the varied, changing enzyme markets is even tougher.
Did you know that there are more than 240 suppliers of enzymes around the world? There are more than 150 additional distributors of enzymes. How do you know which suppliers to trust, which enzyme developers can best meet your needs? How do you contact them? Are you interested in contact manufacturing or custom enzyme development? How do navigate this rapidly developing and evolving marketplace?
The 2014 Enzyme Sources Guide helps you answer all these questions and more. There are profiles of 244 developers and suppliers of enzymes and related technology. Each company profile includes the product lines, business focus, and contact information. Every company profile also describes the technical strengths and specializations. The Enzyme Sources Guide is the most comprehensive enzyme guide available, with 465 pages of up-to-date information on all the players in the worldwide enzyme industry.
Looking for a commercially-stable supplier of lipases? The Enzyme Sources Guide lists suppliers from around the world and tells you the size of the company and how long it has been in business.
Need a conveniently located supplier of a range of different enzymes for biocatalysis? The Enzyme Sources Guide contains all the suppliers of enzymes for biocatalysis and their product lines, listed by geographical region, so that you can find the most convenient provider, no matter where your business is located.
Interested in identifying a contract research partner? The Enzyme Sources Guide tells you which enzyme developers also offer contract research services.
Need to find a contract manufacturer for an enzyme? The Enzyme Sources Guide has a listing of contract manufacturers for enzymes around the world. The Enzymes Sources Guide also contains profiles of all the companies so that you can more quickly identify the best supplier for your enzyme needs.
Looking for immobilized enzymes? A comprehensive list of companies supplying immobilized enzymes, support materials, and immobilization technology is included.
The Enzyme Sources Guide contains 244 different suppliers with descriptions of their product lines, and lists an additional 150+ distributors. Looking for a ketoreductase for the stereoselective reduction of a ketone or a transaminase to produce a chiral amine? The suppliers of enzymes for biocatalysis are all identified in Table 1. Want to know which companies are primary manufacturers of enzymes and which are distributors? The Enzyme Sources Guide lists enzyme distributors from around the world, and also tells you which companies are resellers of enzymes manufactured by others. Immobilized enzymes? We’ve got you covered; suppliers of immobilized enzymes and supports are listed in a section showing providers of immobilized enzymes, supports, and related technology and services. The Enzymes Sources Guide also contains profiles of all the companies so that you can more quickly identify the best supplier for your enzyme needs.
- The Enzyme Sources Guide will give you actionable information on enzyme suppliers around the world so that you will save time in sourcing enzymes and identifying service providers and research partners.
- The Enzyme Sources Guide is the most comprehensive compendium available, profiling more than 240 enzyme suppliers from around the world so that you can identify all options for enzyme supply, not just a few.
- The Enzyme Sources Guide breaks down enzyme suppliers by geographical location around the world so that you can easily locate the supplier with facilities or distribution nearest your location.
- The Enzyme Sources Guide tells you which companies offer contract research services and highlights their technological strengths so that you can find the best research provider for your needs.
- The Enzyme Sources Guide tells you which companies specialize in the different enzyme markets so that so can quickly identify the companies offering the products or services you need.
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