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Verenium Unveils DELTAZYM Enzyme for Producing Fuel Ethanol

Verenium Corporation has launched the DELTAZYM enzyme for the production of fuel ethanol. This highly active glucoamylase completes the company’s range of enzyme products meant for the grain processing sector. Verenium is a leader in the commercialization and development of industrial enzyme solutions with high performance features.

Verenium will be marketing and selling the DELTAZYM GA L-E5, the enzyme that has demonstrated high levels of ethanol yields at the industrial scale by making use of multiple substrates such as cassava, wheat, barley, milo and corn. The company has estimated that the DELTAZYM’s addressable global market towards fuel ethanol production would be around $200 million annually.

Verenium is extremely excited about the enhancement of the company’s starch processing product offerings that feature the glucoamylase enzyme which represents the best-in-class towards fuel ethanol production. Customers making use of both the fuelzyme alpha-amylase as well as the DELTAZYM have reportedly increased ethanol yields on account of the demonstrated synergies that exist between these two enzyme products, thus providing superior cost as well as performance benefits for fuel ethanol processing facilities.


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