Having the technology to make enzymes that can be used on a variety of feedstocks could spell the difference between a profitable and a money-losing cellulosic-ethanol venture, said Mark Emalfarb, CEO of Dyadic International. "This enables you to do things you couldn't do before, and to do them on-site without the profit margins the enzyme companies want to charge will make the difference," Emalfarb said.

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