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Neuland Labs Launches Expanded Peptide Manufacturing Capabilities at 22nd American Peptide Symposium
Date:6/22/2011

HYDERABAD, India, June 22, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Neuland Laboratories Ltd., a pharmaceutical manufacturer providing active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs), complex intermediates and contract research and manufacturing services to customers located in 85 countries, today announced it will unveil its expanded capabilities for synthetic peptide manufacture at the 22nd American Peptide Symposium to be held in San Diego June 25-30, 2011.

"It is fitting that we formally launch our new commercial-scale peptide production service at this important gathering of leading peptide experts from around the world," said M.K. "Mike" Anwer, Ph.D., vice president of research & development at Neuland Labs.  "Neuland's extensive experience in producing a variety of synthetic peptides parallels their increasing use as therapeutics and diagnostics, in antibody production and as research tools.  Our expanded service provides rapid access to commercial quantities of affordable, high quality peptides from a company with a 27-year track record of consistently achieving the highest regulatory standards in global pharmaceutical production."

Neuland Labs offers customers peptide production using standard sequential chemical peptide syntheses and segment condensation strategies.  The company employs solid phase peptide synthesis procedures, as well as solution phase methods for shorter length peptides, and segment condensation and ligation techniques for very long peptides.  Neuland researchers have also developed special methods to economically produce large quantities of high value peptide building blocks such as pseudoproline dipeptides.

Dr. Anwer added, "Our researchers have developed expertise in producing peptides of varying lengths and complexity.  We are especially proud of our success in applying advanced methods for handling the aggregation and purification issues inherent in manufacturing long and complex peptides.  Ou
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