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Albemarle Manufactures Zymes' PTS, the Lead Compound in a Breakthrough Solubilization Technology
Date:1/27/2009

Scale-up of Zymes' PTS by Albemarle responds to the demand in food, beverage and nutritional markets

BATON ROUGE, La., Jan. 27 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Leading specialty chemical company, Albemarle Corporation, (NYSE: ALB) and innovative bioscience company, Zymes LLC, have joined forces to scale-up production of Zymes' proprietary "Ubisol-Aqua(TM)" solubilization technology, PTS. The next generation technology promotes the clear dissolution of non-water-soluble vitamins and natural functional ingredients in water, a long sought after capability that allows food, beverage and nutritional supplement manufacturers to effectively add water-insoluble nutrients to liquid products without the typical cloudy effects. This development is expected to significantly increase the commercialization opportunities for these products.

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Under the terms of the manufacturing agreement between the two companies, Albemarle manufactures PTS, the lead compound for the Zymes technology. The company leverages its significant GMP manufacturing capabilities to generate PTS in quantities that accelerate its delivery for use in the production of large-scale consumer food and beverage products and nutritional supplements.

Zymes has attained GRAS (Generally Recognized as Safe) status for PTS following submission to the FDA. In addition to expanding opportunities for the aforementioned markets, Zymes' PTS also shows promise as a nanoparticle delivery system for active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs).

Albemarle is producing Zymes' PTS at the company's South Haven, MI, multi-purpose GMP manufacturing facility, where Albemarle produces more than 20 active p
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