Yeast stain GY7B is a novel, lactic-acid producing yeast capable of acidifying beer to pH3.5 in as little as five days with final attenuation at 2-3 weeks. Typical sour beer production relies upon secondary fermentation with bacteria to develop a complex sour beer flavor profile which can take months or years to fully develop.
Lead University of the Sciences Inventor Clyde M. Ofner III, Ph.D Unmet Need A major challenge in cancer chemotherapy is the selective delivery of small molecule anti-cancer agents to cancer cells. Doxorubicin (DOX) is a potent antineoplastic agent that is effective against a wide range of solid tumors and lymphomas but it is also associated […]
A Drug Therapy Utilizing the Alpha4 / Beta2 Receptor Target for the Treatment of Obsessive-Compulsive
Tandem Cytotoxic Drug Delivery & p53-Status-Independent Apoptosis Promotion.
LICENSED: Orally administered phenylalanine ammonia lyase microcapsules for the management of phenylketonuria (PKU).