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May 3, 2007

Phyton Acquires Glyco-Engineering Technique

  • Phyton Biotech acquired Dow Chemical’s technology and intellectual property platform for the engineering of glycosylation in pharmaceutical protein products.

    This transaction will be enhanced through a research collaboration with the Dutch research institute Plant Research International, part of Wageningen University & Research Centre and one of the innovators of the technology platform, according to Phyton.

    The Dow agreement coincides with the installation of a second 75,000-liter bioreactor at Phyton’s German cell fermentation facility.



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