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Patents

U.S. Patent 5,508,193 issued April 16, 1996:
"Pseuodmonas strain for degradation of s-triazines in soil and water"

U.S. patent 6,265,201 issued July 24, 2001:
"Improved enzyme for atrazine biodegradation"

U.S. patent 6,284,522 issued September 4, 2001:
"Isolated and purified DNA molecule and protein for the degradation of triazine compounds"

U.S. patent 6,369,299 issued April 9, 2002:
"Transgenic plants expressing bacterial atrazine-degrading gene atzA"

U.S. patent 6,825,001 issued November 30, 2004:
"DNA molecules and protein displaying improved triazine compound degrading ability"

U.S. patent application US20120015414 filed April 13, 2011:
“Production of organic compounds”

World patent application WO2012116013 filed February 22, 2012:
“Silica sncapsulated biomaterials”

U.S. patent 8,323,956 Issued December 4, 2012:
“Distal tip of biosensor transducer comprising enzyme for deamination”

U.S. patent 8,367,389 Issued February 5, 2013:
“Methods, compositions and devices utilizing structurally stable cyanuric acid hydrolase”

U.S. Application Issued November 13, 2014:
“Bioactive substance-containing nanofibers and uses thereof”

U.S. Application 2016175634 Issued June 23, 2016:
Compositions including matrix and biomaterial, uses thereof and methods of using same

U.S. patent 9,790,484 Issued October 17, 2017 
“Silica encapsulated biomaterials”

U.S. Application US20180044655 Issued February 15, 2018
“Hypochlorite reistant cyanuric acid hydrolases and methods of use thereof”

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