Today Ulm University has showcased a press release related to our recent paper in Metabolic Engneering. You can find it on the main page of the university homepage (www.uni-ulm.de) and under the following link: https://www.uni-ulm.de/home/uni-aktuell/article/wenn-bakterien-etwas-gegen-bakterien-habengenetisch-veraenderte-bodenbakterien-stellen-antibiotika-alternative-her/ Keep up the good work!
The iFermenter teams have filed a patent application, C. glutamicum as a platform that produces antimicrobials. The patent application number 2105707.0 was filed 21 April 2021, comprising the main work of iFermenter: to convert residual sugars into high value antimicrobial peptides. We … Continued
We celebrated 6 months of iFermenter with several successful deliveries…. We wish you merry Christmas and happy innovative new year! iFermenter team In the picture: Crynebacterium glutamicum, engineered to produce the fluorescence with a similar technology iFermenter teams will … Continued