We isolated microbial strains from unique natural environments such as the digestive tract of aquatic animals, tidelands, mangrove areas, marine sediments, and isolated islands.
From these areas, we have collected more than 4,000 microbial strains and identified these species using existing biochemical and molecular biological techniques. We have used our technology to detect and quantitatively study specific strains. Further, we have also used this technology to control quality and analyze the results of field examinations.
Screening is the process of isolating target microorganisms with unique and specific functions from billions of microorganisms.
We select our microorganisms after a variety of screening procedures (anti-bacterial activity, anti-fungal activity, and insecticidal activity).
The selected strains are used in various products.
We researched the details of the culture conditions for scale-up production by using equipment like jar fermenters, which enables efficient culturing of large quantities of selected strains.