Infinite Enzymes | Agricultural Biotechnology
Infinite Energy, LLC dba Infinite Enzymes
Infinite Enzymes is a Jonesboro-based biotechnology company that has developed plant-based technology to produce a number of highly specific enzymes for a variety of industrial applications. Infinite Enzymes utilizes agricultural biotechnology to produce enzymes, proteins that speed up chemical reactions, in a plant seed bio-factory.
These enzymes can economically convert the abundant natural polymer, cellulose, into sugars that can be fermented into ethanol, or other advanced biofuels or biobased products.
Infinite Enzymes’ business model includes a number of potential revenue sources, including sales of enzymes to major suppliers of the cellulosic ethanol industry, early revenues from enzymes sold into reagent markets for research applications, licensing traits to a corn seed company with resultant royalty stream, and developing new enzyme activities for other markets e.g., feedstock pretreatment, pulp bleaching, fashion, and textiles.
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