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  • Diversa, which is collaborating with Syngenta on its biofuels program, is looking for genes that code for cellulose-degrading enzymes in a variety of different places in nature.

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  • Diversa, which is collaborating with Syngenta on its biofuels program, is looking for genes that code for cellulose-degrading enzymes in a variety of different places in nature.

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  • Diversa, which is collaborating with Syngenta on its biofuels program, is looking for genes that code for cellulose-degrading enzymes in a variety of different places in nature.

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  • Diversa, which is collaborating with Syngenta on its biofuels program, is looking for genes that code for cellulose-degrading enzymes in a variety of different places in nature.

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  • And as it turns out, directed evolution methods are generally superior to rational design methods, so much so that a number of successful biotech companies such as Diversa and Applied Molecular Evolution use directed evolution as their primary engineering tool.

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  • After extracting the DNA from the microbial cells, Diversa sent a sample to the institute to be sequenced.

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  • When the Nature study began, Diversa was on the cutting edge of “ethical bioprospecting” — searching the world for novel environments and enzymes.

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  • Eric Mathur was one of the Diversa executives who helped set up the Costa Rican expedition; he now works for Synthetic Genomics, a company founded by the scientific impresario Craig Venter to search for biology-based fuels and methods to cut greenhouse-gas emissions.

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  • After extracting the DNA from the microbial cells, Diversa sent a sample to the institute to be sequenced.

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  • Eric Mathur was one of the Diversa executives who helped set up the Costa Rican expedition; he now works for Synthetic Genomics, a company founded by the scientific impresario Craig Venter to search for biology-based fuels and methods to cut greenhouse-gas emissions.

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