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  • Bainbridge, GA
  • Quincy, FL
  • 138 46Th St, Gainesville, FL 32607 (352) 378-3968
  • 4138 46Th St, Gainesville, FL 32606 (352) 378-3968
  • 1101 25Th St, Gainesville, FL 32605 (352) 378-3968
  • 1377 Benning Pl, Atlanta, GA 30307 (404) 880-0763
  • 1079 Colquitt Ave, Atlanta, GA 30307 (404) 880-0763
  • 785 Kirkwood Ave, Atlanta, GA 30316 (404) 589-0025
  • Baton Rouge, LA

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Company: Meredian inc Jul 2012 to Sep 2013 Position: Fermentation scientist

Industries

Biotechnology

Professional Records

License Records

Gene Kirk Drago

Address:
425 E Broughton St, Bainbridge, GA 39817
License #:
A5099164
Category:
Airmen

Resumes

Resumes

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Fermentation Scientist At Meredian Bioplastics, Inc

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Position:
Fermentation Scientist at Meredian Inc
Location:
Tallahassee, Florida Area
Industry:
Biotechnology
Work:
Meredian Inc since Jul 2012
Fermentation Scientist

Publications

Us Patents

Biological-Based Catalyst To Delay Plant Development Processes

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US Patent:
7943549, May 17, 2011
Filed:
Apr 2, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/695377
Inventors:
George E. Pierce - Canton GA,
Sangeeta Ganguly - Buffalo Grove IL,
Gene K. Drago - Gainesville FL,
Assignee:
Georgia State University Research Foundation, Inc. - Atlanta GA
International Classification:
A01N 63/00
C12N 1/20
US Classification:
504117, 4352523, 47 581 FV, 47 581 R, 47 101 R
Abstract:
The present invention is directed to methods for delaying a plant development process comprising exposing a plant or plant part to one or more bacteria or enzymes. In specific embodiments, the one or more bacteria are selected from the group consisting of spp. , , and a mixture comprising any combination of these bacteria. Apparatuses for delaying a plant development process comprising a catalyst that comprises one or more of the above bacteria.

Method For Stabilizing Activity Of Enzymes Or Microorganisms Producing The Enzymes

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US Patent:
8323942, Dec 4, 2012
Filed:
Apr 3, 2009
Appl. No.:
12/418034
Inventors:
George E. Pierce - Canton GA,
Gene K. Drago - Atlanta GA,
Sangeeta Ganguly - Buffalo Grove IL,
Assignee:
Georgia State University Research Foundation - Atlanta GA
International Classification:
C12N 9/96
C12N 11/16
C12N 9/06
C12N 1/00
C12N 1/38
C12N 1/20
C12N 1/21
C12P 13/00
US Classification:
435188, 435128, 435174, 435191, 435243, 435244, 4352521, 4352523
Abstract:
The present invention is directed to methods for inducing desired activity in enzymes or microorganisms capable of producing the enzymes. The invention is further directed to methods of stabilizing activity in microorganisms. In specific embodiments, the invention provides methods for inducing and stabilizing nitrile hydratase activity, amidase activity, and asparaginase I activity. The invention further provides compositions comprising enzymes or microorganisms having induced and/or stabilized activity.

Biological-Based Catalyst To Delay Plant Development Processes

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US Patent:
8389441, Mar 5, 2013
Filed:
Apr 11, 2011
Appl. No.:
13/083855
Inventors:
George E. Pierce - Canton GA,
Sangeeta Ganguly - Buffalo Grove IL,
Gene K. Drago - Gainesville FL,
Assignee:
Georgia State University Research Foundation, Inc. - Atlanta GA
International Classification:
A01N 63/00
A01P 21/00
US Classification:
504117, 4352521, 47 581 R
Abstract:
The present invention is directed to methods for delaying a plant development process comprising exposing a plant or plant part to one or more bacteria or enzymes. In specific embodiments, the one or more bacteria are selected from the group consisting of spp. , , and a mixture comprising any combination of these bacteria. Apparatuses for delaying a plant development process comprising a catalyst that comprises one or more of the above bacteria.

Induction And Stabilization Of Enzymatic Activity In Microorganisms

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US Patent:
20070184528, Aug 9, 2007
Filed:
Jan 30, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/669011
Inventors:
George Pierce - Canton GA,
Gene Drago - Atlanta GA,
Sangeeta Ganguly - Buffalo Grove IL,
International Classification:
C12P 21/06
C12N 9/80
C12N 15/74
C07H 21/04
C12N 1/21
US Classification:
435069100, 435228000, 435252300, 435471000, 536023200
Abstract:
The present invention is directed to methods for inducing desired activity in enzymes or microorganisms capable of producing the enzymes. The invention is further directed to methods of stabilizing activity in microorganisms. In specific embodiments, the invention provides methods for inducing and stabilizing nitrile hydratase activity, amidase activity, and asparaginase I activity. The invention further provides compositions comprising enzymes or microorganisms having induced and/or stabilized activity.

Induction And Stabilization Of Enzymatic Activity In Microorganisms

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US Patent:
20070184543, Aug 9, 2007
Filed:
Jan 30, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/669026
Inventors:
George Pierce - Canton GA,
Gene Drago - Atlanta GA,
Sangeeta Ganguly - Buffalo Grove IL,
International Classification:
C12N 9/80
C12N 1/21
US Classification:
435228000, 435252300
Abstract:
The present invention is directed to methods for inducing desired activity in enzymes or microorganisms capable of producing the enzymes. The invention is further directed to methods of stabilizing activity in microorganisms. In specific embodiments, the invention provides methods for inducing and stabilizing nitrile hydratase activity, amidase activity, and asparaginase I activity. The invention further provides compositions comprising enzymes or microorganisms having induced and/or stabilized activity.

Induction And Stabilization Of Enzymatic Activity In Microorganisms

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US Patent:
20130122565, May 16, 2013
Filed:
Nov 2, 2012
Appl. No.:
13/667323
Inventors:
Georgia State University Research Foundation, Inc - Atlanta GA,
Gene K. Drago - Gainesville FL,
Sangeeta Ganguly - Buffalo Grove IL,
Assignee:
GEORGIA STATE UNIVERSITY RESEARCH FOUNDATION, INC. - Atlanta GA
International Classification:
C12N 1/38
C12N 9/96
US Classification:
435178, 435244, 435174, 435180, 435188
Abstract:
The present invention is directed to methods for inducing desired activity in enzymes or microorganisms capable of producing the enzymes. The invention is further directed to methods of stabilizing activity in microorganisms. In specific embodiments, the invention provides methods for inducing and stabilizing nitrile hydratase activity, amidase activity, and asparaginase I activity. The invention further provides compositions comprising enzymes or microorganisms having induced and/or stabilized activity.

Biological-Based Catalyst To Delay Plant Development Processes

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US Patent:
20130274102, Oct 17, 2013
Filed:
Mar 4, 2013
Appl. No.:
13/784089
Inventors:
GEORGIA STATE UNIVERSITY RESEARCH FOUNDATION, INC. - ,
GENE K. DRAGO - GAINESVILLE FL,
International Classification:
A01N 63/02
US Classification:
504117
Abstract:
The present invention is directed to methods for delaying a plant development process comprising exposing a plant or plant part to one or more bacteria or enzymes. In specific embodiments, the one or more bacteria are selected from the group consisting of spp., , and a mixture comprising any combination of these bacteria. Apparatuses for delaying a plant development process comprising a catalyst that comprises one or more of the above bacteria.
Gene K Drago from Bainbridge, GA, age ~56 Get Report