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FDA supports use of Mascoma's bioengineered yeast as animal feed processing aid

4:10 AM MDT | June 19, 2013 | Francinia Protti-Alvarez

Mascoma's (Waltham, MA) bioengineered yeast has been favorably reviewed by the FDA Center for Veterinary Medicine, supporting the yeast's use as a processing aid in the production of animal feed as a by-product of the corn ethanol conversion process, the company announced. "Our consolidated bioprocessing (CBP) technology platform coupled with our scientific and regulatory affairs capabilities have successfully brought two products to the fuel-ethanol market. We are focused on establishing our CBP technology platform as the industry standard in the conversion...

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