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Deriving Renewable Squalane from Sugarcane

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Published by Cosmetics & Toiletries magazine July/August 2014

Commercial use of squalane has been constrained by an inconsistent supply and resulting price volatility, but modern biotechnology has been able to leverage enzyme-catalyzed chemical reactions found in nature coupled with traditional chemical processing steps to create a high-quality source of renewable squalane.

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