Once enzymes are isolated, they are dyed in assay plates such as this one. The dye is used to indicate how long the enzymes live. Agrivida has processed 600,000 enzymes this year and more than 2 million in the past few years. So far it has genetically engineered 10 enzymes. "It's a big numbers game," said CEO Mark Wong.
May 19, 2011 7:01 AM PDT
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