Clemson researchers have created a plant protein and carb isolation process using pea, lentil, and chickpea that is not only organic but free of sodium and chemical residues, making easy to apply to any food product.
Inventor: Dr. Dil Thavarajah
To address the current gap in knowledge, a novel artificial intelligence model was developed based on deep learning architecture to both predict the type of interaction (synergistic, additive, and antagonistic) of known mixtures as well as to unveil new antioxidant combinations.
Inventor: Dr. Carlos Garcia, Dr. Daniel Whitehead, Lucas De Brito Ayres
Software program and associated models to analyze nutrient compositionin real-time,
nondestructively, and under any lab, industrial, and field conditions.
Inventor: Dr. Dil Thavarajah, Nathan Johnson, Amod Madurapperumage, Leung Tang
Extra-chromosomal circular DNA (eccDNA) plant replicon can be utilized as a vehicle for transferring and enhancing beneficial traits in crops. With nearly 500 agrobiotechnological traits registered globally, eccDNA may provide an attractive means to circumvent these regulations.
Inventor: Dr. Christopher A Saski, William T Molin
Advanced Materials, Biotechnology, Biomedical
This technology applies to the isolation, purification, and recovery of extracellular vesicles from plant materials, referred to as plant-derived extracellular vesicles. The exosome population of the PDEVs are employed for use as vectors for the delivery of therapeutics. Exosome vectors are a promising means for the treatment of many diseases, many of which are currently in clinical trials. Roots Analysis…
Inventor: Richard Kenneth Marcus, Kaylan Jackson, Carolina Mata