The MK-7 process achieves very high conversion efficiency to biodiesel and ethanol from lignocellulosic materials.
The MK-7 process produces high yields of lipids, such as oils, waxes, and neutraceuticals, at rates that are commercially viable.
Unique and powerful enzymes for commercial uses, such as rapid breakdown of lignocellulosic materials for lipid production and for use in detergents and degreasers.
Produces Bikaverin, which is found to have anti-cancer, anti-malarial, antimicrobial, antioxidant and neuro-degeneration prevention properties.
Gibberellic acid (GA3), an important plant hormone that controls a plant's growth and development.
Strain MK7 produces a number of pleasant, sweet smelling ester compounds, which have high value for artificial flavorings and fragrances, and as additives to lubricants, cosmetics, plastics, resins, explosives, biofuels, and surfactants.