Select publications featuring our products and technology.
Journal of Petroleum & Environmental Biotechnology, March 2015, Proteins as Surfactant Enhancers for Environmental and Industrial Applications
Journal of Petroleum & Environmental Biotechnology, Sept 2012, Out of Sight, but Still a Blight? Petroleum Oil Dispersants: Addressing the Environmental Impact
Tanker Operator, August-September, 2010, "Bio-modified, green tank cleaning chemicals"
Tanker Operator, November-December, 2009, "How Efficient Are Cargo Tank Cleaning Chemicals"
Accell Clean® (Company A in table) outperformed 20 leading cargo tank cleaning chemicals in an independent study, most of which also required higher concentrations and many were caustic, whereas Accell Clean® is near neutral pH.
Journal of Applied Microbiology, December 1, 2008, Yeast Protein Surfactant Complexes uncouple microbial electron transfer...
Industrial Biotechnology - Winter 2005
Article: Changing the nature of surfactants
Summary: The ability to alter the functionality of surfactants is founded on prior work centered on altering the metabolism of bacteria in the treatment of municipal and industrial wastewater, utilizing a combination of low molecular weight proteins and surfactants. Advanced BioCatalytics has isolated an "uncoupling factor" that, when combined with surface-active agents, simulates uncoupling of oxidative phosphorylation or energy spilling in biochemical processes.
CleanTech Magazine - June/July 2005
Article: Going Green: Improved Grease and Oil Cleaning with Protein-Enhanced Surfactants
Summary: Effective cleaning of oil- and grease-related soils is a slippery issue in industrial, commercial and consumer uses. The performance of cleaners must be balanced with environmental and personal safety issues with today's products.