Manganese oxidase enzyme for biotechnological applications
OHSU # 1789
Manganese Oxidase Enzyme for Biotechnological Applications
Researchers at Oregon Health & Science University have discovered and optimized the first known method of isolating manganese oxidase enzymes that catalyze the oxidation of manganese (II) to manganese (IV); an industrial process that has been hindered by the inability to produce the purified enzyme. The biotechnological applications for the enzyme include degradation of organic pollutants, removal and recovery of valuable and toxic elements from waters and wastewaters, in situ immobilization and detoxification of heavy metals in soils and sediments, immobilization on an electrode for energy generation or as a biosensor for certain reactive chemicals, or to assist the breakdown of natural recalcitrant organic compounds.
Investigator: Bradley Tebo, PhD
Patent: United States Non-Provisional Patent Application
OHSU Technology 1789 is available for exclusive and non-exclusive licensing and/or collaborative co-development. If interested in learning more, please contact Travis Cook, Senior Technology Development Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org or (503) 494-5861 and reference Tech Id No. 1789.
- Bradley Tebo, SM.DSE Environmental & Biomolecular Systems
- Cristina Butterfield, SM.DSE Environmental & Biomolecular Systems
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