Todays fermentation developments have brought a very efficient process in producing optically pure building blocks for high quality biopolymers. The high quality biopolymers will be used in high-end applications.
Our 300 L bioreactor has been upgraded last month and is now ready to produce again. The first runs are to be starting in April.
In our current research project on a functional protein from a probiotic inhabitant of the oral eco-system, it was found that the activity of our Algae-derived anti-microbial was enhanced by combining it with the functional protein of the probiotic strain, and vice versa. These two functionalities are ideal candidates to inactivate oral pathogens by applying the hurdle strategy and prevent the development of antibiotic resistance in patients.