Partner with us to make our proteins, your proteins
Take more shots on goal when you have access to more diverse starting points from nature and the most powerful AI-design methods.
Basecamp Research supercharges your R&D
Access global biodiversity
Discover new enzymes, transcription factors, transporters, and chaperones
Explore novel regulatory elements: promoters, enhancers, ribosomal binding sites, and terminators
Learn from full-length metabolic pathways and gene arrays
Accelerate lab testing
Overcome throughput challenges with our graph-based sequence selection
Prioritise proteins optimal for your process conditions
Identify enzymes with altered or novel substrate specificity
Adhere to regulation
Achieve freedom-to-operate (FTO) with our highly divergent sequences
Align with the Nagoya Protocol with our fully compliant sequences
Match homologous genes from related taxonomies to your strain
What did we deliver?
FTSE100 pharma manufacturer
In one week, we identified a successful enzyme that would have never been tested otherwise (ranked #760 with conventional prioritisation).
We eliminated 99.8% of the broad candidate pool within 4 weeks, selecting 30 proteins with the best functional match to be tested.
Global top 5 nutrition company
Our knowledge graph predicted entirely novel proteins with superior performance, allowing our customer to resume this product line optimisation.
Future-proofed data collection
We're building a robust model for long term biodiversity protection through our global sampling partnerships. Each of our samples is collected in compliance with the Nagoya Protocol and with pre-negotiated permission to commercialise with our industry partners. Our aim is to create a world where industrial innovation protects, supports and revitalises our natural biodiversity.
See how we can help with your target enzymes and applications
So whether you're a synthetic biologist developing living therapeutics, a metabolic engineer enhancing biofuel production, or an enzymologist designing biocatalysts for bioplastics, give us a shout!