Welcome to Glyxon Biolabs. We are a biotechnology startup focused on the development of advanced biomaterials paving the way to the bioeconomy of the future. We are a team of visionary researchers and technologists sharing a mission for achieving sustainable materials and technologies.
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SUSTAINABLE ENERGY & BIOMATERIALS
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Innovation comes from imagination.
Glyxon Biolabs' goal is the development of biosynthetic products. Such as biopolymers, bioplastics, fertilizers, and biofuels.
These bioproducts derive from the biological activity of various plants and microbial species by exploiting the enormous potential of the adaptive microbial physiology through rational synthetic biology and metabolic engineering approach.
We work to develop innovative materials, renewable biofuels, and bioelectronics. For attaining that objective, it is essential to know the architecture and performance of the genetic information contained in the genes and genomes of interacting plants and microorganisms. We use sophisticated tools in genomics and bioinformatic analysis of the glyco-genome. Whit that information, we can integrate the environmental cues that determine complex biosynthetic conditions.
Our philosophy is understanding genes as a system, more than standalone units. Those interactions constitute the map of Where, When, and How microorganisms live and transform planet earth. We want to learn their language and how to get help from them into automated systems for bioreactors and greenhouses that deliver material precursors. For example., bioplastics, biopolymers, and perhaps apply them as agents for soil restoration and terraforming.
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Applied Systems Biology
Understanding biosystems are a fascinating challenge to modern science, and an integrated multidisciplinary approach is usually the most rewarding.
Glyxon Biolabs studies microalgae, photosynthetic bacteria, and a diverse group of marine prokaryotes physiology. We believe these microorganisms are the key to explore strategies of atmospheric CO2 sequestration combining state of the art biotechnological approaches and mathematical modeling of the ecological dynamics of planktonic ecosystems.
With those models, we have achieved to identify potential biosynthetic pathways that can lead to the identification and isolation of novel enzymes involved in metabolic pathways of relevant interest.
“Sometimes it is the people no one can imagine anything of who do the things no one can imagine.”