pharmaceuticals & fine chemicals

April 2005
Chemical Week;4/27/2005, Vol. 167 Issue 14, p21
Trade Publication
Presents updates on issues concerning pharmaceutical and fine chemical companies as of April 27, 2005. Information on the licensing of the SimPheny modelling and simulation technology of Genomatica to DSM; Percentage share of Inabata & Co. in Sumitomo Pharmaceuticals that Sumitomo Chemical will acquire; Findings of a study by research and consultancy firm Best Practices regarding the emphasis being placed by pharmaceutical companies on manufacturing.


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