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Microbial derived isoprene and methods for making the same

Provided herein is a gaseous isoprene composition comprising isoprene, carbon dioxide and water, wherein the isoprene is in an amount between about 0.1% and about 15% by volume; wherein the carbon dioxide is in an amount between about 0.04% and about 35% by volume; wherein the water is in an amount greater than about 70% of its saturation amount. Also provided herein is a liquid isoprene composition comprising isoprene in an amount of at least 65% by weight and carbon dioxide in an amount between about 0.01% and about 1% by weight.. ... Amyris Inc

Sealant

A sealant including a block copolymer comprising a polymer block (a) comprising a structural unit derived from an aromatic vinyl compound and a polymer block (b) comprising 1 to 100% by mass of a structural unit (b1) derived from farnesene and 99 to 0% by mass of a structural unit (b2) derived from a conjugated diene other than farnesene, a mass ratio [(a)/(b)] of the polymer block (a) to the polymer block (b) being 5/95 to 45/55, is excellent in molding processability, flexibility, and adhesiveness and also excellent in sound insulation properties and vibration-damping properties (vibration attenuation properties) in a high frequency region in the neighborhood of 4,000 hz even under high temperatures.. . ... Amyris Inc

Resin composition, molded article, and resin modifier

A resin composition including a hydrogenated block copolymer (a) including a polymer block (a) consisting of a structural unit derived from an aromatic vinyl compound and a polymer block (b) containing 1 to 100% by mass of a structural unit (b1) derived from farnesene and containing 99 to 0% by mass of a structural unit (b2) derived from a conjugated diene other than farnesene, 50 mol % or more of a carbon-carbon double bond in the polymer block (b) being hydrogenated; and at least one resin (b) selected from the group consisting of a polyphenylene ether-based resin, a styrene-based resin, an acrylic resin, a polycarbonate-based resin, and a polyamide-based resin.. . ... Amyris Inc

High-throughput sequencing of polynucleotides

Provided herein are methods, compositions, and kits for simultaneously sequencing polynucleotides from a plurality of samples in a single sequencing run. In an embodiment, the present invention improves efficiency of the next-generation sequencing process, in part, by reducing reaction volumes to a sub-microliter range and generating and using a set of novel barcode sequences to tag a plurality of polynucleotides. ... Amyris Inc

Hydrogenated block copolymer

A hydrogenated block copolymer prepared by hydrogenating a block copolymer that contains a polymer block (a) containing a structural unit derived from an aromatic vinyl compound, a polymer block (b) containing a structural unit derived from farnesene, and a polymer block (c) containing a structural unit derived from a conjugated, diene except farnesene, wherein the block copolymer contains at least two above polymer blocks (a), at least one above polymer block (b) and at least one above polymer block (c), and wherein at least one above polymer block (b) is at the terminal, and the hydrogenation rate of the carbon-carbon double bond in the polymer block (b) and the polymer block (c) is 50 mol % or more.. . ... Amyris Inc

Sealant composition

The present invention provides a sealing material composition including 100 parts by mass of a polymer of farnesene (a) and from 1 to 4,000 parts by mass of a filler (b).. . ... Amyris Inc

Stabilization and hydrogenation methods for microbial-derived olefins

Methods and compositions for stabilization and subsequent hydrogenation of a microbial-derived immiscible olefin are described. The methods comprise separating immiscible olefin from a mixture comprising an aqueous solution, microbial cells and immiscible olefin thereby forming a crude olefin composition; purifying the crude olefin composition thereby forming a purified olefin composition; and adding a phenolic antioxidant to the purified olefin composition wherein the phenolic antioxidant is a phenol derivative containing an unfused phenyl ring with one or more hydroxyl substituents. ... Amyris Inc

Organic compounds

A process of converting a carbon-carbon multiple bond to a cyclopropane ring, comprising the addition of a n-alkyl-n-nitroso compound to a mixture of alkene precursor, aqueous base and pd(ii)-catalyst, with the n-alkyl-n-nitroso compound obtained directly from an alkyl amine derivative, nano2 and an acid via phase separation of the n-alkyl-n-nitroso compound from the aqueous phase.. . ... Amyris Inc

Copolymer, rubber composition using same, and tire

The present invention relates to a copolymer including a monomer unit (a) derived from isoprene and a monomer unit (b) derived from farnesene; a process for producing the copolymer including at least the step of copolymerizing isoprene with farnesene; a rubber composition including (a) the copolymer, (b) a rubber component and (c) carbon black; a rubber composition including (a) the copolymer, (b) a rubber component and (d) silica; a rubber composition including (a) the copolymer, (b) a rubber component, (c) carbon black and (d) silica; and a tire using the rubber composition at least as a part thereof.. . ... Amyris Inc

Methods for genomic modification

Provided herein are methods of integrating one or more exogenous nucleic acids into one or more selected target sites of a host cell genome. In certain embodiments, the methods comprise contacting the host cell genome with one or more integration polynucleotides comprising an exogenous nucleic acid to be integrated into a genomic target site, and a nuclease capable of causing a double-strand break near or within the genomic target site.. ... Amyris Inc

Methods for genomic integration

Provided herein are methods of integrating one or more exogenous nucleic acids into one or more selected target sites of a host cell genome. In certain embodiments, the methods comprise contacting the host cell genome with one or more integration polynucleotides comprising an exogenous nucleic acid to be integrated into a genomic target site, a nuclease capable of causing a break at the genomic target site, and a linear nucleic acid capable of homologous recombination with itself or with one or more additional linear nucleic acids contacted with the population of cells, whereupon said homologous recombination results in formation of a circular extrachromosomal nucleic acid comprising a coding sequence for a selectable marker. ... Amyris Inc








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