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DSM and Brain to develop water-soluble vitamins

By Gerald Ondrey |

DSM Nutritional Products GmbH (Grenzach-Wyhlen, Germany; www.dsmnutritionalproducts.com), a subsidiary of the Dutch company Royal DSM N.V. (www.dsm.com) Brain AG (Zwingenberg, Germany; www.brain-biotech.de) have announced a strategic cooperation in the biotechnological production of water-soluble vitamins.  Benefiting from the long-term experience of Brain AG in constructing and optimizing microbial production strains and identifying and preparing new biological synthetic pathways on the one hand and the established expertise of DSM Nutritional Products in producing and marketing vitamins for the feed producing and food industries and thepharmaceutical and cosmetic sector on the other, this cooperation is based on a solid fundament and promises success for both sides.  An other collaboration between Brain AG and Royal DSM N.V. in the field of enzyme systems and strain development for fermentative production of special chemicals was already publicized at the beginning of 2009. The collaboration published today represents an important landmark in the corporate strategy of Brain, aimed at intensifying and boosting its cooperation business with globally successful partners within the chemical industry. For DSM Nutritional Products,…
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