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PO Box 1869
Palmerston North, 4440
Phone: (64) 6 952 3800
Fax: (64) 6 952 3801
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New Zealand Pharmaceuticals Ltd (NZP) manufactures biochemicals and carbohydrate-based pharmaceutical ingredients, especially cholic acid and deoxycholic acid, the tauro and glyco- conjugates and other derivatives of the bile acids and sugar-derivatives. NZP’s products are manufactured to customer requirements. NZP holds EDQM Certificates, Drug Master Files, a Medicines Licence and a biological products processing Licence. NZP-Dextra manufactures grams to tonnes of all of its products and has cGMP carbohydrate glycotherapeutic, nucleoside, glycolipid and neoglycoprotein intermediates and APIs. Included in the product range is an N-acetylmannosamine and sialic acid-based portfolio for flu drugs, cell surface engineering and other uses. Also prominent are the azasugars and iminosugars that are being developed as enzyme inhibitors. Through Dextra, www.DextraUK.com, NZP-Dextra can offer highly technical custom synthesis, contract Process Development and cGMP multi-step manufacturing of small molecules for pre-clinical and clinical trials and on to large scale. NZP is ranked in New Zealand’s Top 500 companies and exports over 95% of its products. Dextra is the global leader in carbohydrate chemistry.
Last update of this entry: January 11, 2012
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