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Wacker’s Secretion Technology Studied

10:17 AM MDT | May 27, 2008 | Deepti Ramesh

Wacker Biotech (Jena, Germany), a wholly owned subsidiary of Wacker Chemie, says it has completed a feasibility study demonstrating that the company’s secretion technology can produce active protein comparable to that produced by mammalian cell cultures. “We believe the positive results of this study demonstrate that secreting E. coli systems can be a great tool for producing biologics in the future,” says Thomas Maier, managing director of Wacker Biotech. The study was aimed at determining the company’s efficacy of proprietary E. coli...

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