Shenzhen Sunsmile Biotechnology Co., Ltd
Shenzhen Sunsmile Biotechnology Co., Ltd., founded in August 2005, formerly known as Hante company, was officially renamed as "Sunsmile" in 2008. Sunsmile is a high-tech enterprise, advocating the concept of "reshaping a healthy future". Through continuous exploration of advanced technologies in the field of antimicrobial peptides, and integration of cutting-edge genetic engineering application technology and resources, the company has become the leader of the innovative genetic engineering health industry, providing excellent solutions for livestock health and human food safety.
Sunsmile is an enterprise that successfully applies antimicrobial peptide technology to animal husbandry, and has 6 patents for the invention and application of antimicrobial peptide. In addition, the company has a series of safety test reports issued by professional laboratories. In October 2009, Sunsmile has been recognized as National High-Tech enterprise, which requires a company has a strong innovation ability. What's more, Sunsmile is awarded Shenzhen Innovation Award and Shenzhen Outstanding Company in Agriculture Award, etc.
Sunsmile has been driving research and development of antimicrobial peptides and collaborate with many universities and research institutes, such as Academy of Sciences, Beijing University, South China Agricultural University, Sichuan Agricultural University, South China University of technology, Yangzhou University, Changjiang University, Guangdong Ocean University, Harvard University, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Chulalongkorn University and Kasetsart University in Thailand, etc.
Now, Sunsmile has more than 8000 known antimicrobial peptides in our gene information database. Sunsmile will continue to lead the global development of antimicrobial peptides with the innovation and technology in the field of biotechnology, continuous output of research results, technology services in agriculture, animal husbandry, feed safety, food safety and human health.