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Oxyrase® - Nature's AntiOxidant®

Oxyrase, Inc. is a biotechnology manufacturing company and for over 25 years we have focused on providing our unique oxygen removal technology to many industries. We make a proprietary product, which is an enzyme system that efficiently and specifically removes oxygen from liquid, semisolid, and indirectly from gaseous environments.

Oxyrase, Inc. manufactures this enzyme system and incorporates it into unique products that optimize its action for a given application. Many of these products are directed to anaerobe microbiology: the science of isolating, growing, and identifying microorganisms which thrive in environments devoid of oxygen.

Various Oxyrase, Inc. products are directed to the antioxidant property of our technology. They are used to prevent oxidation of vulnerable substances and to prolong shelf-life for our client's products. Others are used to prevent quenching of fluorescent dyes. Oxyrase is also widely used as a research tool.

We invite you to learn more about Oxyrase, Inc. by exploring our products, viewing our website, exploring our Google Scholar citations or by contacting us with your specific oxygen removal application.


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Oxyrase, Inc. is proud to host the “Anything Anaerobic Forum” which we hope will become your first resource for any topic that involves antioxidants, anaerobes, oxygen removal, etc. If you would like to go directly to the Forum, click here. Please find highlights of some of the most recent discussions below.

Google Scholar

One of the characteristics that makes the Oxyrase enzyme technology so unique is its virtually limitless use. We are honored to have been cited in more than 1,300 publications. Please take a moment to click here and explore how others have used Oxyrase.

Highlighted below are a few publications you may be interested in. You can also visit the Google Scholar Search and create your own custom search using the term “Oxyrase” combined with your specific topic of interest or select one of these:

75 citations for Oxyrase + Injured Cells 

500 citations for Oxyrase + Fluorescence