Syngulon has several ongoing R&D programs:

PARAGEN

The Paragen project is a 3-year R&D project with the support of the Walloon region of Belgium, with the goal of developing a genetic firewall against contamination. This is carried out by performing metagenomic analysis of real-world samples from different industries around the world. For this project, Syngulon works with Tereos, a company specializing in the production of sugar, starch, and bioethanol, among other products, and is the largest such company in France and the third largest in the world. Syngulon collaborates with Tereos in both Brazil and Europe to identify contaminants and remove them through the design of a bacteriocin cocktail capable of targeting invading species specific to the relevant production site.

 

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