Codon Devices to Develop Enzymes for Agrividia’s Corn-based Ethanol Program | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Codon Devices will use its BioLogic engineering platform to develop enzymes to be used in ethanol production by the agro-biotechnology company Agrividia.
 
Codon said the agreement with Agrividia, which will include royalties and performance-based payments, is part of its newly launched BioLogic Engineering Partnering Program.
 

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