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Corden Amino Acids Go To Chemie Uetikon

by Ann M. Thayer
March 3, 2014 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 92, ISSUE 9

CordenPharma has transferred its amino acid building blocks business to its manufacturing partner, Germany’s Chemie Uetikon. The natural and nonnatural amino acids, including a variety of protecting groups, are now among Chemie Uetikon’s catalog offerings. The products were part of a pharmaceutical intermediates business that CordenPharma’s parent, International Chemical Investors Group, acquired from Genzyme in 2011. CordenPharma will focus on its peptide synthesis business and its manufacturing capabilities in carbo­hydrates and synthetic lipids.

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