hey alucero, szym's not pursuing omega 3's. it's probably DHA, which suggests a company like DSM (which has been pushing algal oil of late)
You should probably look up where Orindiuva is before you get concerned...
That's like worrying about San Francisco when there's a drought in Los Angeles.
Some additional insight:
"... In instances where this is true for glycerol and xylose, two-stage growth processes in which cells are first fed glycerol to rapidly increase cell density, and are then fed xylose to accumulate lipids can improve the efficiency with which lipids are produced."
Getting closer to utilizing waste feedstock synergies.
The USPTO website is my default place to look up patents/apps and they tend to have the full doc.
Also, wow, check out example 8. Seems like it was more than a modest improvement. They got it up to 60% on xylose alone. Good stepping stone.
"All engineered strains performed similarly to the parental, non-engineered control strains when glucose was fed to the cultures. The negative control strains (A, B, C) produced small amounts of lipid when cultured on xylose (6-8 percent of the amount normally made by Strain A in glucose). In contrast, all ten xylose metabolizing stains were capable of producing significant amounts of lipid when cultured in xylose. The best strain, L, accumulated up to 60 percent of the amount of lipid normally made by Strain A when grown on glucose. "
And more buying from Fiddler with another 60k.
But bad timing. The sales from wolfson and licari were due to tax witholdings per the filings.
Easier to just quote:
“AlgaVia Whole Algal Protein’s highly blendable quality and pleasing flavor profile is perfectly suited for a broad range of functional applications where protein fortification is desired,” said Ram Nimmagudda, Ph.D., director of business development for Glanbia Nutritionals. “The growing health-conscious population is in search of protein that is safe, reliable and sustainable, making AlgaVia Whole Algal Protein an excellent alternative to other protein sources.”
All of the above are expected gross margins over the long term for those divisions. Actual gross margins right now are negatively affected by higher costs of production & are positively offset by R&D revenue. The one accurate gross margin you can reasonably count on for now is the algenist revenue which has historically been between 65 - 70%
... actually it is. Not too many other companies can boast 11 million in revenue & $58 million in net income. Haha
Better hope melo taps into the rise with his new dilution agreement. AMRS sure needs the cash, and preferably at the higher prices for your sake.