Henry Daniell is Pegasus Professor and Trustee Chair at the University of Central Florida (UCF). He is an elected member of the Italian Academy of Sciences. Daniell is the technical founder of Chlorogen, Inc. (which received multi-million dollar investment) and an inventor on more than 95 patents (awarded or in prosecution) in the US and abroad. Daniell has served as a consultant to the United Nations on biotechnology for many years and to major biotechnology companies and appears often on television shows or newspaper articles around the world. Prof. Daniell also served on numerous panels on Biodefense and Bioterrorism Risk Assessment. Daniell is recognized for his pioneering inventions on chloroplast genetic engineering. He developed and advanced this concept, which overcomes concerns of transgene containment. He used this concept to confer plant traits, including herbicide, insect, disease resistance, drought/salt tolerance or phytoremediation. Furthermore, this concept has been used in his laboratory to express several therapeutic proteins, including vaccine antigens and biopharmaceuticals. Daniell has published over 150 articles in premier scientific journals (cited over 1500 times). The Daniell laboratory has pioneered and advanced the concept of chloroplast genetic engineering. Plant genetic engineering research was revolutionized with the accumulation of Bacillus
Biotechnology Journal – Wiley
Published: Jan 1, 2006
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