Nucelis plans to put out first squalane product in 2015, with vitamin D2 commercialization in 2016

We recently spoke with Sean O'Connor, CEO and President of Nucelis, now a wholly owned affiliate of Cibus (see the January 9, 2014 LRMCJ), and got updates on the company's commercialization plans. Sean said Nucelis is planning to transfer its pilot plant squalane production process to a contract ...

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