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June 2005
European Chemical News;6/6/2005, Vol. 82 Issue 2150, p25
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Presents news briefs concerning pharmaceutical industry as of June 2005. Research agreement signed by Codexis with Bristol-Myers Squibb to improve biocatalyst activity for a new Bristol-Myers Squibb candidate; Commercial license agreement signed by Crucell and DSM Biologics with Ferring Pharmaceuticals; Thermoplastic polyurethane developed by Bayer MaterialScience for the production of films used to coat fabrics.


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