Inmet provides R&D services in the field of bacteria metabolic engineering.
Key Strategic Partners:
Dr. Diego De Mendoza, professor of microbiology at UNR and member of CONICET
Dr. Gustavo Schujman, professor of bacterial genetics at UNR and member of CONICET
Mandate: Develop metabolic engineering solutions for the conversion of agricultural feedstock and the production of high-value molecules.
Key Initiative: Currently utilizing genetically engineered Bacillus subtilis strains for conversion of low-cost sources of organic carbon to higher value molecules and/or compounds such as biopolymers and others.
Other Features: Inmet combines INDEAR’s Genomics, Protein Tech and Process Engineering platforms with its own Metabolomics and Fermentation capabilities to provide an iterative approach for its development pipeline.
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