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Botaneco signs feasibility agreement with Croda to develop specialty crop oil formulation
Date:4/30/2008

ingredients, Botaneco is committed to developing groundbreaking ingredients that offer multifunctional, tangible and documented benefits to both formulators and consumers. Botaneco's manufacturing facility is located in Calgary, Canada while its sales and marketing and research and development laboratories are in Bensalem PA. More information is available and can be accessed at http://www.botaneco.ca.

About SemBioSys Genetics Inc. (http://www.sembiosys.com)

Calgary, Alberta-based SemBioSys Genetics Inc. is a biotechnology company developing protein-based pharmaceuticals for metabolic and cardiovascular diseases. The Company's lead pharmaceutical candidates, produced in the plant host safflower, are recombinant human insulin to serve the rapidly expanding global diabetes market and Apo AI, a next generation cardiovascular drug. In addition to its pharmaceutical products, SemBioSys is developing a series of non-pharmaceutical products addressing human topical, nutritional oils and animal health markets. More information is available and can be accessed at http://www.sembiosys.com.

About Croda International Plc

Croda International is a UK-based manufacturer of speciality ingredients derived mainly from naturally occurring and renewable raw materials. The market-driven company is renowned for its scientific and technological focus, supplying innovative and sustainable ingredients to global consumer care and industrial specialities markets. Its broad product range includes skin, hair and sun care actives, proteins and derivatives, high purity lipid concentrates, lanolins, and polymeric surfactants used in many personal care, home care, health care and crop care applications. Globally Croda International Plc had sales of pnds stlg 886.1m (USD1.76b) in 2007, and recorded a pre-tax trading pr
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