I’ll now turn to the meat of my comments regarding our sources of growth in light of the changes from the DSM transaction. Fundamentally, our future success relies on execution and not new technology development. It therefore follows that there’s a lot of transparency into our growth going forward. Today, we sell eight products under three product lines, and simply put, our growth is coming from these eight products and our product pipeline.We anticipate providing more detail at our capital markets day this summer, but given the focus over the last few weeks from investors on our current growth profile, I’d like to be clear about our pipeline as it stands today. In our animal health and nutrition product line, we are developing four enzymes together with Novus. Given that Verenium developed two of the four high-performing Phytase enzymes serving this large market today, we have a strong view of what’s required to succeed in animal feed, and we believe our offering will be highly attractive to this market.
Verenium Corporation's CEO Discusses Q1 2012 Results - Earnings Call Transcript
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