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CHEMICAL SUBSTANCES: THE BIOTECHNOLOGY WORLD

In the 18th century, J. Proust, one of the forefathers of modern chemistry, defined the concept of a chemical substance as any substance with a defined chemical composition. This section provides a classifications of all chemical substances, pharmacologically active molecules, biomolecules, additives for foodstuffs and those for feedstuffs, as well as any other substance used in the world of biotechnologies. The purpose of this section is to list all molecules identified by a CAS number or included in the Merck index.
 
In this logic, a system based on biotechnologies was adopted. The classification includes both the products of cellular metabolism and substances that can be considered ingredients.
 

OUR EXPERIENCES IN BIOTECHNOLOGY FIELD


  • Alkaloids

Caffeine

 
  • Inorganic substances

Ammonia

 
  • Nucleic acids

Uridine

 
  • Organic solvents (non alcoholic)

Dimethylformamide

  • Alcohols

Bioethanol

Glycerol

 
  • Vitamins

Vitamin B2

Vitamin B12

 
  • Peptides(non enzymatic)

Glutathione

Serum proteins

 
  • Antimicrobials

Spiramycin

Oleandromycin

  • Pigments

Bengal rose

 
  • Hormones

HGH

 
  • Toxins and pesticides

Tryptamine

 

 
  • Steroids and terpenoids

Ginsenosides

 

  • Rubbers

Tires powders

 
  • Organic acids

Scikimic acid

 
  • Vaccines

Brucella abortus

 
  • Enzymes and coenzymes

Rennin

Q10 Coenzyme

  • Polymers

Polydextrose

1-3 propanediol

 
  • Glucosides and glycosides

Hyaluronic acid

Hyaluronate ester

Chondroitin sulfate

Tagatose

 
  • Lipids

Triglycerides from plant cells

Palm oil

 
  • Amino acids

Lysine

Tryptophan

Monosodium glutamate


 

 


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