Mutagenesis and Genetic Engineering
We apply mutagenesis strategies to improve microbial strains and genetically engineer microbes for large-scale production.
At Fornia BioSolutions, we are successfully applying appropriate mutagenesis strategies to improve various strains. Microorganisms can generate new genetic characteristics by mutagenesis and/or genetic engineering. Mutagenesis is known to be a very powerful tool when it comes to altering both the genotype and phenotype of microorganisms. During the mutagenesis process, a strain is modified either by spontaneous mutations or intentionally induced mutations.
For large-scale production, the targeted molecule needs to be produced at levels hundreds-to-thousands-times higher than those naturally produced. At Fornia BioSolutions, we are genetically engineering prokaryotic and eukaryotic microbes for large-scale production to achieve three major goals: 1) produce in abundance the desired wild-type or engineered enzymes, 2) increase the overall protein titer, and 3) remove competing or adverse genes.
If you are interested in learning more about our Mutagenesis and Genetic Engineering, please call Fornia BioSolutions Inc. at 510-264-0183 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.