A Unique Approach
The Next Generation of Enzyme Technology
Infinite Enzymes’ plant genetic technology enables the production of enzymes in the embryo (germ) of the corn kernel. Using transgenic corn as a “plant factory” for producing enzymes, we are can deliver high-quality, cost-competitive enzymes on a commercial scale. Enzymes grown in corn kernels are single activity and studies have shown that these enzymes are often considerably more effective compared to enzymes produced through microbial/fungal fermentation processes, whose products often have several other proteins present and active.
Unlocking the potential of Manganese Peroxidase (MnP)
Manganese peroxidase (MnP) has shown very real potential as a highly effective enzyme in a broad range of industrial applications. Its limiting factor has been that it’s highly expensive to produce through traditional microbial/fungal fermentation processes. This has resulted in MnP being thought of as a highly specialized enzyme. This next generation technology resolves this issue.
Infinite Enzymes is at the forefront of plant-based enzyme and production research.
Data evaluating our maize produced cellulases rivals fermentative competitive enzymes.
Using transgenic corn as a “plant factory” for producing cellulase enzymes, we deliver high-quality, cost-competitive enzymes at scale.
The benefits of a successful cellulosic biofuels industry are tremendous for American national security and economic development.
Discover The Future
Infinite Enzymes employs plant biotechnology for producing useful, sustainable enzymes for industrial applications based around the concept of corn grain as a bio-factory.