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  • Polyhydroxyalkanoates or PHAs are linear polyesters produced in nature by bacterial fermentationof sugar or lipids.
  • PHA are produced by the bacteria to store carbon and energy.
  • PHA plastics are biodegradeable and are used in the production of bioplastics.
  • PHA can be either thermoplastic or elastomeric materials, with melting points ranging from 40 to 180 °C.
  • The mechanical and biocompatibility of PHA can also be changed by blending, modifying the surface or combining PHA with other polymers, enzymes and inorganic materials, making it possible for a wider range of applications.
  • PHA polymers are thermoplastic, can be processed on conventional processing equipment, and are, depending on their composition, ductile and more or less elastic.
  • They differ in their properties according to their chemical composition (homo-or copolyester, contained hydroxy fatty acids
  • Processability, impact strength and flexibility improves with a higher percentage of valerate in the material.
  • PHA has a good resistance to moisture and aroma barrier properties
  • PHA are UV stable, in contrast to other bioplastics from polymers such as polylactic acid, partial ca. temperatures up to 180 °C and show a low permeation of water.
  • The crystallinity can lie in the range of a few to 70%.
  • A PHA copolymer called PHBV is less stiff and tougher, and it may be used as packaging material.
  • There are potential applications for PHA produced by micro-organisms within the medical and pharmaceutical industries, primarily due to their biodegradability.
  • Polyhydroxyalkanoastes (PHAs) are naturally-occurring polymers produced by bacteria.
  • They are for use in many applications, including molded goods, paper coatings, non-woven fabrics, performance additives.
  • Another method of producing PHAs is genetically-modifying plants to produce PHAs
  • Benefits • Development Of PHA polymers that compete Economically with Conventional Fossil-based Polymers• Improved Performance Of Other Biobased Polymers Through Blending with PHAs
General Information
  • Introduction Of PHA
  • Properties Of PHA
  • Recovery Of  PHA
  • Characterization Of  PHA
  • PHA used in Green Technology


  • Ecovio® F Film C2331
  • Mirel™ bioplastics P3001, F3002
  • Ecovio® L BX 8145
  • Ecovio® F Film C2203
  • Ecovio® F Blend C2224
  • Product Safety Sheet


  • Mirel™ biopolymer M Series Grades


  • Method For Producing PHA Crystal
  • PHA Molding Compositions
  • Thermoplastic PHA Compounds
  • Method For Manufacturing A PHA
  • PHA And Manufacturing Method Thereof
  • PHA Polymerase
  • Transgenic Plants Producing PHA
  • Process For Formation Of Pattern Of PHA
  • Low Molecular Weight PHA Molding Compositions


  • Applications of PHAs in
    Medicine and Pharmacy
  • Application of PHA Nanoparticles as Intracellular Sustained Drug-Release Vectors
  • Application of PHA binding protein PhaP as a bio-surfactant
  • Application of SBB Staining Technique for PHA Production in Milk Whey Fermentation
  • The application of PHA as tissue engineering materials


  • Bacterially Produced PHA
  • Production of PHA from waste frying oil
  • Fermentation production of poly(3-hydroxyalkanoats)
  • Production of PHA Copolymers from Plant Oil
  • Production of novel PHA
    by Pseudomonas stutzeri
  • Production of PHA with High 3-Hydroxydodecanoate Monomer
  • Synthesis and production of PHA by halophiles
  • Production of PHA During
    Treatment of Tomato Cannery Wastewater
  • Production of functionalized

Company Profiles & Suppliers

  • Suppliers Of PHA
  • Company Of China


  • Bacterial synthesis of  PHA containing aromatic and aliphatic monomers
  • Biosynthesis of   PHA by the Bacterium Wautersia Eutropha
  • Molecular Cloning of PHA Synthesis Operon
  • Biosynthesis of  PHA homopolymers by Pseudomonas putida
  • PHA Synthesized in Saccharomyces cerevisiae
  • PHA synthesis in Bacillus spp.
  • Synthesis of  PHA in Arabidopsis thaliana
  • Tailor-Made Synthesis Of  PHA
  • Synthesis of  PHA by an improved two-phase reaction system (TPRS)
  • Crystalline and Solid-State Structures of PHA

Consultants &Technology

  • Technology Of Harrisonburg
  • Consultants Of Hamburg
  • Consultants Of Northamptonshire


  • Fabrication and In Vitro Biocompatibility Studies In PHA
  • PHA Production  in Escherichia coli
  • Formation of PHA
  • FTIR study on melting and crystallization of PHA
  • Morphological Studies Of Synechocystis sp. UNIWG Under PHA Conditions
  • Nanofibrous PHA matrices as cell growth supporting materials
  • Production of PHA by
    Azotobacter chroococcum H23 in Wastewater
    from Olive Oil Mills (Alpechin)
  • PHA by Bacillus In a Sequencing Batch Reactor
  • Preliminary Study Of PHA
  • Comparative genomics study of PHA


  • Effect of Cultivation Conditions on  PHA Biopolyester Yield
  • Production of  PHA, a bacterial biodegradable polymer
  • PHA synthesis, lithoautotrophic
    growth, and 2-methyl citric acid production
  • Transgenic Plants Producing  PHA
  • Influence of growth stage on
    PHA in Pseudomonas putida U

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