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In-house R & D

SynkroMax’s  R & D Division is backed by eminent scientists and has relevant and necessary expertise to develop new technologies for industrially important enzymes. Our thrust is to encourage conventional industries to use biotech products and active biosystems.

Current R&D activities in this division are:
A wide array of Enzyme formulations for application in textiles, leather, feed, food, pharma, detergent, tea and pulp&paper industries.

The Fibrinolytic Enzyme is derived from a microbial source and is safe for human consumption.  Research work on the Fibrinolytic Enzyme (Nattokinase) is almost completed and scale up studies is in progress.  The product may be launched in the market as a nutritional supplement (nutraceutical), during the first quarter of 2015.

Omega-3 Fatty Acids (EPA and DHA) are derived from fungal sources and are better and safe alternate to the conventional fish oil derivatives.  Detailed research work is under way to promote the product as nutritional supplement in powder form.

Synkromax is also in the business of procuring Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients (API) for customers through reliable sources from India / China.  Through the support of quality conscious manufactures we cater to need of customers both in India and abroad, with proper documentation for the product as required by the regulation of the countries catered.
Our diagnostic division is engaged in the development, manufacturing and provision of high quality kits. These kits would be very effective and highly reliable for specificity.

Teaching kits for Molecular Biology, Microbiology and Immunology:
  • Agarose gel electrophoresis kit
  • Restriction analysis kit
  • Ligation kit
  • Bacterial DNA isolation kit
  • Restriction analysis kit
  • Eukaryotic DNA isolation kit
  • Plant / Chloroplast DNA isolation kit
  • Transformation kit
  • SDS PAGE kit
  • PCR kit
  • Immunodiffusion Ouchterlony kit
  • Immunoelectrophoresis kit
  • PBMC isolation kit

Kits for industries as well as for students for identification of food & water borne bacterial pathogens like E.coli, Leisteria, Staph aureus, Salmonella, Shigella, Vibrio, Pseudomonas and Bacillus cereus by PCR and Immunomethods are also being developed.