PATENTS

  • DEVELOPMENT OF A METHOD FOR ECONOMIC IMPROVEMENT OF BIOMETHANE PRODUCTION FROM MACROALGES USING MICROBIOLOGICAL COCKTAIL (ANOP) CONTAINING RUMEN FUNGUS
    On 30/12/2016, the file number 36576.01 and 2016/20350 completed the application process and was patented as of 06.03.2019
  • GROUP A BETA-HEMOLYTIC STREPTOCOCCUS PYOGENES DNA ISOLATION AND Q-PCR DETECTİON KIT
    Application Office: Ankara Patent Office Application Date: 2012 Patent Registration Date: November 26, 2016 Patent No: 2012/13624 ENGY Environment and Energy Technologies Biotechnology R&D Cmpany, BUN Technopark, Istanbul Turkey Tenancy Brochure and User's Guide
  • HOSPITAL INFECTION (HI) FACTOR SCREENING KIT
    Health Implementation Notification (SUT) Supplement 2 APPENDIX-2 / B List of Operation Code Application 908730 Application Office: Ankara Patent Office Application Date: 2019 ENGY Environment and Energy Technologies Biotechnology R&D Cmpany, BUN Technopark, Istanbul Turkey
  • INVESTIGATIONS THAT COMPLETED THE PRE-EVALUATION PROCESS AND APPLIED FOR INTERNATIONAL PATENT
    As a result of the applications that have been done to ITUNOVA TTO and Bogazici University TTO in the scope of the inventions described below, as the inventions are unique, it has been determined that they have achieved the inventive step and innovation criteria so it is reported that the inventions can be patented for these reasons. Also, International patent applications have been filed for these inventions.
  • “A METHOD FOR IMPROVEMENT BIOGAS POTENTIAL OF ANAEROBIC DIGESTERS WITH USING COMPOSITE INCLUDING RUMEN FUNGI”
    International Patent Application (PCT), PCT / TR2016 / 050550, filed on December 28, 2016, filed on the subject invention. Application Office: Istanbul Technical University, Technology Transfer Office Application Date: October 2016
  • “A METHOD FOR IMPROVEMENT BIOENERGY POTENTIAL FROM MICROALGAE”
    International Patent Application (PCT) No. PCT / TR2016 / 050558 was filed on December 28, 2016 in relation to our titled invention. Application Office: Istanbul Technical University, Technology Transfer Office Application Date: October 2016
  • “METHOD OF INCREASING METHANE YIELD BY ADDING CELLULOTIC BACTERIA COCKTAIL (CEBAC-M) DEVELOPED FROM SAMPLE THAT TAKEN FROM ANAEROBIC REACTOR ADAPTED WITH SORGUM PLANT TO ANAEROBIC DIGESTERS”
    Our titled invention was filed for International Patent Application No. PCT / TR2017 / 050036 on 20.01.2017.
  • “INCREASING METHANE YIELD BY ADDING CELLULOTIC BACTERIA COCKTAIL PREPARED WITH RUMEN FLUID THAT IS TAKEN FROM A GOAT WITHOUT HORN (CEBAC-G) TO ANAEROBIC DIGESTERS”
    No. PCT / TR2017 / 050035 filed on January 20, 2017 for International Patent Application.
  • “METHOD OF INCREASING METHANE YIELD IN ANAEROBIC DIGESTERS WITH CELLULOTIC BACTERIA COCKTAIL (CEBAC-S)”
    No. PCT / TR2017 / 050034 filed on January 20, 2017 for International Patent Application.
  • INVESTIGATIONS THAT COMPLETED THE PRE-EVALUATION PROCESS AND THE ONGOING ONES
    As a result of the applications that have been done to ITUNOVA TTO and Bogazici University TTO in the scope of the inventions described below, as the inventions are unique, it has been determined that they have achieved the inventive step and innovation criteria so it is reported that the inventions can be patented for these reasons. Also, International patent applications have been filed for these inventions.
  • “A METHOD THAT PROVIDES BIOLOGICAL IMPROVEMENT OF SOIL THAT IS CONTAMINATED BY PETROLEUM”
    Application Office: Istanbul Technical University, Technology Transfer Office Application Date: December 2016 Date of the Pre-Evaluation Report: December 12, 2016
  • “CELLULOTIC BACTERIA COCKTAIL (CEBAC-S) THAT PROVIDES INCREASE OF METHANE YIELD BY ADDING TO ANAEROBIC DIESTERS”
    Application Office: Istanbul Technical University, Technology Transfer Office Application Date: December 2016 Date of the Pre-Evaluation Report: December 12, 2016
  • “SPECIFIC CELLULOTIC BACTERIA COCKTAIL (CEBAC-C): IMPROVEMENT OF METHANE YIELD IN ANAEROBIC DIGESTERS”
    Application Office: Bogazici University, Technology Transfer Office Application Date: December 2016 Pre-Evaluation Report Date: December 26, 2016
  • PATENTED GENE SEQUENCES

    A total of 332 non-cultured microorganisms have been identified in our studies and registered with international GenBankers (www.ebi.ac.uk) :
    Laboratory-scale anaerobic consecutive cut-off reactant-specific 21 bacterial 16S rRNA gene sequences:
    Between FR836435-FR836454 and FR836458

    The laboratory-scale anaerobic consecutive cut-off reactant-specific 15 arkeyal 16S rRNA gene sequence:
    Between FR836460-FR836465 and FR836467-FR836475

    87 bacterial 16S rRNA gene sequences specific to the Marmara Sea:
    AM998370.1 GI: 187936525 to AM998334.1 GI: 187936489
    AM991021.1 GI: 187272393 to AM991019.1 GI: 187269279
    AM991018.1 GI: 187268906 to AM990998.1 GI: 187268886
    Between AM980579.1 GI: 172052209 and AM980553.1 GI: 172052183

    180 arkeyal 16S rRNA gene sequence specific to the Marmara Sea:
    AM998451.1 GI: 188032345 to AM998376.1 GI: 188032270
    AM998475.1 GI: 188026996 to AM998452.1 GI: 188026973
    AM992726.1 GI: 187782702 to AM992675.1 GI: 187782651
    Between AM980607.1 GI: 172052237 and AM980580.1 GI: 172052210

    Species 8 alkylsuccinate synthase gene (hydrocarbon degradation) to the Sea of ​​Marmara:
    Between ADF97476.1 GI: 295314240 and ADF97469.1 GI: 295314226

    10 benzylsuccinate synthase specific (hydrocarbon degradation) specific to the Marmara Sea:
    ADF36107.1 between GI: 294768284 and ADF36098.1 GI: 294768266

    11 hydrazine oxidizing protein gene specific to the Sea of ​​Marmara (ANAMMOX):
    Between ADF36116.1 GI: 294768302 and ADF36108.1 GI: 294768286
    Between ADF36097.1 GI: 294768264 and ADF36096.1 GI: 294768262

    The laboratory-scale anaerobic consecutive cut-off reactant specific 10 bacterial 16S rRNA gene sequences:
    Between FRKJ018699.1 and FRKJ018690.1

    Laboratory-scale anaerobic consecutive cut-off reactant-specific 19 arkeyal 16S rRNA gene sequences:
    Between FRKJ018689.1 and FRKJ018671.1