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Symrise, Gee Lawson extend cooperation in diagnostic material
9:51 AM MDT | August 16, 2013 | Natasha Alperowicz
Symrise BioActives (Hamburg), a producer of high-purity plant–based active substances; and Gee Lawson (London) say they have extended until the end of 2015 their cooperation under which Gee Lawson supplies Symrise’s esculin to the diagnostics industry. Esculin is used in microbiology culture media to identify contamination from species such as streptococci and Listeria, and can monitor food and water as well as the clinical testing of patients. The product is extracted from the bark of the horse-chestnut tree, which has esculin content of 3%. Symrise...
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