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  • Chemical Companies
    • Ace Chemicals
        • Chemical plant where Joker tested Harley Quinn's devotion to him by performing a trust fall into a vat of chemical. When she does, the Joker joins her.
    • Axis Chemicals
        • Chemical plant where Jack Napier was accidentally knocked into a vat of chemicals after fighting with Batman.
    • Beringovskiy Depot
        • Top secret chemical warfare depot, target of terrorist hijackers The Leon Trotsky Brigade of the Fourth International (G.I.Joe Special Missions preview: Best Defense in Issue #50 The Battle of Springfield)
    • Boston Latrine Chemicals
        • Chemical company. ALF's investment strategy involves selecting companies whose names start with letters in Melmackian holidays. He picks Boston Latrine Chemicals because of the similarity to the holiday Blecch (Season 4 episode We're in the Money)
    • Bradway Chemical
        • James transfers $100 million from his clients accounts. "I've got a good feeling about clean coal."
    • ChristieBio
        • Also known as Christie Labs, Kevin Christie's company, famed for pharmaceuticals, vaccines and now the miracle meat called Simpro. (Season 1 episode Just A Fanboy)
    • Cryoco
        • Big rig hauling liquid nitrogen commandeered by the T-1000. "Cryogenic Transport Specialists"
    • Dorner Therapeutics
        • Severed Lumon Industries employee Peg Kincaid contacts Topeka Star reporter Daria Thorne regarding a Dorner Therapeutics truck explosion. (Severance: The Lexington Letter - Apple Books)
    • Drack's Chemical Dye and Munitions
        • Previous name of the Lillian corporation, the corporation that bought the bar from Sam. Motto: "We care about people" (Season 6 episode 14 And God Created Woodman)
    • F Chemical
        • Truck that crashes in intersection. (Season 3 episode Barney/Never)
    • Firegold
        • Company where Charlie wants to work. (Charlie Burns) Pharmaceutical company that Nate mentions - company that works with Pharmstead. (Getting a Glimpse of God) Where Miles works. (Black Holes)
        • Where Joe works. (Movie Night) Mr. Best: "This final document simply confirms that the Hyperborean Institute, a subsidiary of Firegold Labs, itself a subsidiary of Eminent Technology, is not responsible for, nor are its parent companies responsible for, and expressly disclaim all liability for, damages of any kind arising out of an unsuccessful revival attempt at any point in the future.” (Cold Feet)
    • Geffen-Meyer Chemicals
        • A division of Stark Industries, site of trap set for Captain America and his team of heroes.
    • Geni-Trax Corp.
        • The cause of the disease on the zombie world was an over the counter bacteria product called Lipton that was engineered to attack fat. Along with the antidote, it was marketed and sold as a weight loss product. (Season 3 episode Sole Survivors)
    • Golden Moth Chemical
        • Chemical supplier for Gustavo Fring's organization, primarily supplying honey extract to Fring's superlab for the purpose of manufacturing methamphetamine. (Season 3 episode Fly)
    • Gotham Chemical Storage
        • When an alarm sounds from Gotham Chemical Storage, the Mystery Analysts of Gotham investigate, learning that several vials a radioactive substance called Isotope 29 have been stolen by th Crimson Cloak.
    • INtREPUS
        • Large pharmaceutical company and a direct competitor to Massive Dynamic, from various episodes.
        • Claire Williams' physician Dr. Nadim Patel reveals his association with INtREPUS to Olivia. (Season 1 episode The Cure)
    • Kelvin Genetics
        • Walter Bishop worked out of Harvard as part of a classified U.S. Army experimental program called Kelvin Genetics. They gave him resources to do whatever work he wanted, which was primarily in an area called Fringe Science. (Season 1 Pilot episode, Unleashed)
    • Noregard Pharmaceuticals
        • Company near the Yoorana District Health Centre. (Season 1 episode The Risen) Police officer Vic Eastley finds a Noregard Pharmaceuticals package with an Ultraswift Courier label addressed to Dr. Elishia McKellar on Murray Street in Yoorana in the refrigerator at the Yoorana District Health Centre. (Season 1 episode Miracle or Punishment)
    • Pharm-er John's Pharmaceuticals
        • Marge and Lisa demand answers about the cost of prescription drugs from Pharm-er John's Pharmaceuticals. They are shown a film made by Pharm-er John's Productions. (Season 16 episode Midnight Rx)
    • Preissler Chemical Corporation
        • Stu is the founder and CEO of an enormous Manhattan-based chemical conglomerate which he built from the ground up, starting in his garage.
    • Rand Oil & Chemical
        • A division of Rand Enterprises, Danny's family's company. (Season 1 episode Shadow Hawk Takes Flight)
    • Raygon Chemicals
        • "I thought you'd enjoy the transformation, my good man," Bradley said with quiet dignity. "I'm the district manager for Raygon Chemicals, you know. We do a thriving business in this area. Fine city, Boston. Immensely convivial."
    • Roche Chemical Company
        • Grice believed that Roche's family was the same that owned the Roche Chemical Company and intended to collect a large ransom, taking her to a disused dressmaker's shop, Modern Modes.
    • Roritor
        • New record added 5/17/2022
        • Pharmaceutical company that financed the movie Brain Candy, along with the devil. (Season 6 Episode 1)
    • Ruzon Pharmaceuticals
        • Pharmaceutical company racing to develop a vaccine.
    • Savner Bleach and Chemicals
        • Company that makes Tom's favorite teeth whitening strips, Pearlies for Girlies. (Season 6 episode The Wall)
    • Shaw Medical Solutions
        • The Byrde's new partners - they buy Navarro drugs in exchange for substantial donation to the Byrde's foundation. (Season 4 Let the Great World Spin)
    • Soulce Pharmaceuticals
        • Pharmaceutical company racing to develop a vaccine.
    • Southwest Analine
        • Walt and Jesse make a thermite bomb out of a Sketch Cool, the Breaking Bad version of the popular Etch A Sketch toy, which they use to steal 30 gallons of methylamine from Southwest Analine. (Season 1 episode A No-Rough-Stuff-Type Deal)
    • Sunrise Chemical
        • A disgruntled employee of Sunrise Chemical accidentally releases a potential deadly chemical into the courtroom, causing a lockdown. (Season 8 episode Crossroads Part 1)
    • Tillman Heath
        • Member of the Consortium. Agriculture and chemicals giant but its real purpose was not unveiled in the 1st series. Its slogan is "Bringing the world's food supply to you."

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