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Agriculture

Animal nutrition firm Adisseo advances biobased methionine

by Michael McCoy
October 5, 2018 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 96, ISSUE 40

 

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The animal nutrition firm Adisseo and the French industrial biotech collective TWB say they have found a biological route to methionine, an animal feed amino acid now produced from petrochemicals. Adisseo says it will continue with the project with the goal of developing a pilot operation by 2020. Evonik Industries, an Adiseo competitor, acquired a biobased route to methionine from Metabolic Explorer last year.

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