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Brevets EAD3


Soucaille P., Meynial-Salles I., Foulquier C., Rivière A. (2015) New polypeptide having ferredoxin NADP+ reductase activity polynucleotide encoding the same and uses thereof, European Patent application EP15306225.



Soucaille P., Nguyen T., Percheron B., Croux C., Meynial-Salles I. (2014) Hydrogenase negative mutants of solventogenic clostridia for the continuous production bulk chemicals and biofuels at high yield, PCT 70351D31746


Soucaille P., Croux C., Meynial-Salles I. 2010. cellulolytic Clostridiumacetobutylicum. EP 101862233.


Voelker F., Dumon Seignovert L., Meynial-Salles I., Soucaille P. (2009) Mutant glycerol dehydrogenase (GlyDH) for the production of a biochemical by fermentation PCT/09166812.9 2405.


Soucaille P., Meynial-Salles I., Voelker F.and  Figge R. 2008. Microorganisms and methods for production of 1,2 propanediol and acetol. PCT/EP2008/053448


Fierobe H P, Girbal L., Mingardon F., Chanal-Vial A., Saint-Prix F., Mazzoli R. et Cesari M. 2008. Bioprocessing ligno-cellulose into ethanol with recombinant clostridium EP 08291132.2


Soucaille P. Figge R and Croux C 2006 Process for Chromosomal Integration and DNA Sequence Replacement in Clostridia, Brevet WO2008040387.


Meynial-Salles I., Gonzalez B. and Soucaille P. 2005. Microorganismes évolués pour la production de 1.2 propanediol :  PCT/FR05/00070.


Chateau M., Gonzalez B.,Meynial-Salles I.,Soucaille P. and Zink O. 2004. Metevol :WO04/076659.



Meynial-Salles I., Taillade P. and Soucaille P. 2002. Continuousproduction of a concentrated succinic acid by anaerobic culture of Anaerobiospirillumsucciniciproducens, ultrafiltration and electrodialysis : brevetd’invention français FR 2816308.



Patents currently being exploited

Sarçabal P. Croux C. Soucaille P., Scientific leader P. Soucaille, patented in 1999 PCT n° FR00/01981, Procédé de préparation du 1,3-Propanediol par un micro-organisme recombinant en l’absence de coenzyme B12 ou de l’un de ses précurseurs. An exclusive license was accorded in 2006 to the MetEx Company, and a plant of the first biochemical production unit is currently built at the Carling Saint-Avold site (France).