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20/10/2017 - CLEANPIX brochure
The CLEANPIX™ test is the fastest way to assess directly the level of microbial contamination on any surface without equipment, helping you manage your cleaning processes and ensure protection of your customers.


20/10/2017 - CLEANPIX a new colorimetric test for biocharge evaluation
CLEANPIX™ rapidly estimate the microbial charge on surfaces, and even on liquids. This colorimetric test with fast reading (two to three hours for biofilms, and eight to twenty hours for surfaces and near sterile media) requires no specific equipment. The technology detects a vast majority ...


28/08/2017 - Enzymes for industrial applications
Audrey Robic, Christophe Ullmann, Pascal Auffray, Cécile Persillon and Juliette Martin are the authors of the publication « Enzymes for industrial applications » published in the file « Lipids of the future – focus on lipases » of the review OCL (Oilseeds ...


11/10/2016 - Enzymatic solutions and European Project P4SB.
http://horizon-magazine.eu/article/plastic-eating-bacteria-offer-recipe-against-recycling-slowdown_en.html


30/05/2016 - A new collaboration for enzyme optimization between Syngenta and Protéus SA
Industrial biotechnology firm Protéus, a member of PCAS Group, has announced a new collaboration with Syngenta Crop Protection, LLC to optimize the properties of an enzyme, using Protéus proprietary directed evolution tools.Since 2008, Syngenta and Protéus have entered into ...


03/05/2016 - Protéus: « When plastic waste is directly converted into bioplastic... »
In the objective to bring recycling rates of PET from 30% to 50%, and PU from 5% to 70% (EU target for 2020), PROTEUS is involved in the European Project P4SB (From Plastic waste to Plastic value using Pseudomonas putida Synthetic Biology).Our role is to develop and insert tailored enzymes for ...


21/03/2016 - They speak about us
In his latest “enzyme newsletter” dated March 2016, David Rozzell is publishing on the information web site of reference dedicated to the enzymes markets Bio-Catalyst (http://www.bio-catalyst.com/), an article describing Protéus and its activities. You can find this article ...


11/03/2016 - A new US patent
Industrial biotechnology firm Proteus, a member of PCAS Group, has announced the issuance of its patent US9,145,570B2 titled "« Enzymatic acylation method using an acylphosphonate donor »


02/12/2014 - VADEBIO Project
Convert the undesirables into molecules of interest, is our new challenge in this VADEBIO project ! Protéus, is partnering with Séché Environnement, Valagro and Eco-éthanol for identifying new ways to value wood waste furniture. We are pleased to announce that ...


22/10/2014 - GREEN EPOXY project
The 22/10/2014 : PCAS and its biotechnology subsidiary Proteus, are please to announce their joint involvement in the Green Epoxy project : ‘for a non-toxic, biobased alternative to rigid epoxy resins’ selected by the 18th Fonds Unique Interministériel (government fund ...


01/07/2014 - Cell-Free Protein-Based Enzyme Discovery and Protein/Ligand Interaction Study
Sabrina Guillemer, Cécile Persillon, Jean-Michel Masson and Gilles Ravot of Protéus are the authors of chapter 8 of Cell-Free Protein Synthesis Methods and Protocols, a book edited by Kirill Alexandrov and Wayne A. Johnston and recently published by Humana Press in the Methods in ...


29/01/2014 - Launching of the Tyre Recycling Projet (or TREC Project)
We are pleased to inform you of the launching of the Tire Recycling project (or "TREC" Project), driven by Michelin. Within the TREC Project, the CEA, Michelin, Protéus (PCAS Group) and SDTech join forces to develop two innovative uses for used tires.The 8-year TREC project is backed by a ...


18/01/2013 - Price awarded for increased production yield of bio-hydrogen using PROTÉUS enzyme cocktail
We are pleased to inform you that a prize for Innovative Techniques for the Environment was recently awarded by French ADEME and Pollutec to a team of INRA in Narbonne for his collaborative work with Proteus on intensification of production of bio-hydrogen by fermentation from lignocellulosic ...