We can provide a full service on your compound using our library of UGT enzymes.
Before we run the assay, we’ll discuss how our enzymes can help your particular program and deliver the outcomes that you need.
Afterwards, we provide a detailed report of the hits and recommendations on yields and possible improvements.
We will supply you with the plasmids you need to make more enzyme/molecule. If required, we can provide samples of glycosylated molecules.
All services can be provided under confidentiality and with no downstream fees or IP claims. You have unencumbered ownership of any composition of matter or use claims.
Enzymes included in the library come from sequence databases of diverse plant species, including:
- Musa acuminata – Banana (dwarf)
- Beta vulgaris – Beetroot
- Populus trichocarpa – California poplar
- Theobroma cacao – Cocoa
- Quercus suber – Cork oak
- Cucumis sativus – Cucumber
- Gardenia jasmonoides – Gardenia
- Vitis vinifera – Grape Vine
- Actinidia chinensis – Kiwi
- Ipomoea purpureus – Morning Glory
- Siraitia grosvenori – Monk Fruit
- Picea abies – Norway Spruce
- Citrus sinensis – Orange (Sweet)
- Dendrobium officinale – Orchid
- Carica papaya – Papaya
- Arachis duranensis – Peanut (wild)
- Petunia hybrida – Petunia
- Ananas commosus – Pineapple
- Citrus maxima – Pomelo
- Ziziphus jujube – Red date
- Oryza sativus – Rice
- Eucalyptus grandis – Rose gum
- Sesamum indicum – Sesame
- Rauwolfia serpentina – Snake root
- Stevia rebaudiana – Stevia
- Helianthus annuus – Sunflower
- Arabidopsis thaliana – Thale cress
- Nicotiana tabacum – Tobacco
- Solanum pennelli – Tomato (Wild)