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NPS Pharmaceuticals Reports Third Quarter 2007 Financial Results, Revises Financial Guidance
Date:11/1/2007

eceivable 16,927 15,534

Other current assets 4,037 6,082

Plant and equipment, net of accumulated

depreciation and amortization 337 19,849

Debt issuance costs 8,248 5,569

Other assets, net of accumulated amortization 13,465 9,633

Total assets $361,489 $224,740

Liabilities and Stockholders' Equity (Deficit)

Current liabilities $28,927 $25,423

Current notes payable 191,265 19,044

Long-term notes payable and other liabilities 350,995 373,517

Total liabilities 571,187 417,984

Paid-in capital and common stock 681,536 677,520

Accumulated other comprehensive loss (500) (1,892)

Accumulated deficit (890,734) (868,872)

Net stockholders' deficit (209,698) (193,244)

Total liabilities and stockholders' deficit $361,489 $224,740

About NPS Pharmaceuticals

NPS develops small molecules and recombinant proteins as drugs, primarily for the treatment of metabolic, bone and mineral, and central nervous system disorders. The company has drug candidates in various stages of clinical development. Additional information is available on the company's website, http://www.npsp.com.

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