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Deinove | Date: 2012-08-31

The present invention relates to novel bacteria and the uses thereof. The invention particularly relates to Deinococcus bacteria and their use in the pharmaceutical or agro-chemical industries, e.g., for degrading biomass and/or producing metabolites or drugs of industrial interest.


The present invention relates to methods and compositions for chromosome integration of nucleic acids into Deinococcus bacteria. The invention more particularly relates to IS-mediated multicopy gene insertion or chromosome engineering in Deinococcus bacteria, the resulting bacteria, and the uses thereof.


Patent
Deinove | Date: 2013-07-01

The invention relates to processes of culture of a Deinococcus or a related bacterium using an oxidizer in conditions suitable for allowing the growth of Deinococcus and decreasing the growth of at least one other microorganism.


Patent
Deinove, French National Center for Scientific Research and Montpellier University | Date: 2015-10-16

The present invention relates to composition and methods of producing bioenergy. More specifically, the invention relates to the use of bacterium of the genus Deinococcus and/or related genera for the modification of biomass or biomass derivatives with a view to producing bioenergy products and metabolites.


Patent
Deinove | Date: 2015-02-13

The present invention provides improved methods of transforming biomass using Deinococcus bacteria. More particularly, the invention discloses improved methods that combine suitable biomass treatment and processing conditions, allowing transformation of biomass and generation of valuable products under industrially-effective conditions


The present invention relates to recombinant bacteria and the uses thereof, particularly for the production of ethanol. The invention also relates to methods for the production of such bacteria, as well as to nucleic acid constructs suitable for such production. The invention specifically relates to bacteria having a reconstructed biomass degradation unit.


Patent
French National Center for Scientific Research and Deinove | Date: 2013-09-18

The present invention relates to compositions and methods to identify novel bacteria and metabolites derived therefrom. More specifically, the invention describes a novel method to isolate bacteria producing metabolites of interest from environmental samples. Particularly, the invention discloses a method to select rare antibiotic producing bacteria. The invention can be used from any sample and allows the isolation of bacteria having e.g., pharmaceutical or agrochemical interest.


Patent
Deinove | Date: 2012-12-18

The present invention relates to ingredients for animal feed compositions for enhancing animal growth and/or animal health. The invention also relates to methods for producing such ingredients and feed compositions. The methods of the invention further allow improving the palatableness and/or digestibility of feed compositions. More specifically, the invention describes the use of a mix of Deinococcus or related bacteria and biomass as a supply of organic constituents in feed compositions.


Patent
Deinove | Date: 2016-02-12

The present invention relates to novel enzymes and the uses thereof. The invention also relates to methods of producing such enzymes, coding nucleic acid molecules, recombinant cells and methods of transforming biomass from such materials. The invention is particularly suited to degrade biomass and/or to improve biomass degradation, and to produce bioenergy products or recombinant proteins. This invention also relates to various applications of the enzymes in the field of paper industry, textile industry as well as in the chemical and medical fields.


The present invention relates to recombinant bacteria and the uses thereof, particularly for the production of ethanol. The invention also relates to methods for the production of such bacteria, as well as to nucleic acid constructs suitable for such production. The invention specifically relates to bacteria lacking a functional LDH gene and/or containing a recombinant nucleic acid encoding a PDC and ADH. The bacteria of this invention may be produced from any stress-resistant bacteria.

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