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DURECT's Collaboration With Alpharma Clears HSR Review and Is Effective
Date:10/29/2008

c diseases, with late-stage development programs including REMOXY(R), POSIDUR(TM), ELADUR(TM), and TRANSDUR(TM)-Sufentanil. DURECT's proprietary oral, transdermal and injectable depot delivery technologies enable new indications and superior clinical/commercial attributes such as abuse deterrence, improved convenience, compliance, efficacy and safety for small molecule and biologic drugs. For more information, please visit http://www.durect.com.

NOTE: KADIAN(R) is a registered trademark of Alpharma Pharmaceuticals LLC. FLECTOR(R) is a registered trademark of IBSA Institut Biochimique SA. POSIDUR(TM), ELADUR(TM) and TRANSDUR(TM) are trademarks of DURECT Corporation. REMOXY, POSIDUR, ELADUR and TRANSDUR-Sufentanil are drug candidates under development and have not been approved for commercialization by the US Food and Drug Administration or other health authorities.

Forward-Looking Statement

The statements in this press release regarding ELADUR, its anticipated attributes and commercial potential, its potential to receive seven years of market exclusivity as an orphan drug and the milestone and royalty payments and other consideration that may be potentially paid to DURECT under DURECT's license agreement with Alpharma Ireland Limited are forward-looking statements involving risks and uncertainties that can cause actual results to differ materially from those in such forward-looking statements. Potential risks and uncertainties include, but are not limited to, the risk that ELADUR may not be the first bupivacaine product approved for PHN, Alpharma's and DURECT's ability to design, enroll, conduct and complete clinical trials, complete the design, development, and manufacturing process development of ELADUR, obtain product and manufacturing approvals from regulatory agencies and manufacture and commercialize ELADUR, marketplace acceptance of the product candidate and that the agreement may be termin
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