Navigation Links
Stallergenes: Q2 2008 Sales up 18% Revision Upwards of 2008 Sales Growth
Date:7/10/2008

ed sales for the first half-year increased by 16% compared to the first half 2007, when growth was already particularly strong (+ 17%). This good performance has enabled the Group to revise its sales growth guidance upwards to growth of at least 12% in 2008 (vs (greater than or equal to)10% previously), boosted by the growing success of the sublingual route, in which Stallergenes continues to strengthen its leadership.

The commercial launch of ORALAIR(R) Grasses for adults will take place in Germany in the next few weeks, following the grant, on 24 June 2008, of the marketing authorisation. The request for a paediatric extension of ORALAIR(R) Grasses has been filed with the Paul Ehrlich Institute. The application for clinical studies for ORALAIR(R) Grasses in the US will be filed in July.

The 2008 first half-year financial results will benefit from a strong level of activity and will show a marked improvement compared to 2007. These results will be released on 27 August 2008.

About Stallergenes

Stallergenes is a European biopharmaceutical company dedicated to desensitisation therapies for the prevention and treatment of allergy-related respiratory diseases, e.g. rhino-conjunctivitis and allergic asthma. A pioneer and leader in sublingual desensitisation treatment, Stallergenes devotes 16% of its turnover to Research and Development and is actively involved in the development of a new therapeutic class: sublingual desensitisation tablets.

In 2007, Stallergenes had a turnover of 147 million euros and provided desensitisation treatments to more than 500,000 patients.

Stallergenes is listed in Euronext Paris (Compartment B) and

is part of the sample composing the SBF 120 index.

ISIN Code: FR0000065674

Reuters Code: GEN.PA

Bloomberg Code: GEN.FP

Additional information is available on http://www.stallergenes.com


'/>"/>
SOURCE Stallergenes
Copyright©2008 PR Newswire.
All rights reserved

Page: 1 2

Related biology technology :

1. STALLERGENES: 2007: A Further Year of Strong Growth: Up 16%
2. STALLERGENES: ORALAIR Grasses: Positive Results of VO52.06 Paediatric Study
3. Pinnacle Biologics Announces Agreement With pharmexx to Expand Sales Support Activities in Key European Markets
4. Ovalum Ltd. Announces Sales Launch of CiTop™ Product-Line in Europe
5. Hoviones Sales Grow 11%
6. Website and Blog Increase Placement for Medical Sales Recruiter - Providing Sales Winners Calling on the Hospital, Lab and Physician Call Point
7. Website and Blog Increase Placement for Medical Sales Recruiter - Providing Sales Winners Calling on the Hospital, Lab and Physician Call Point
8. Increasing Sales Productivity Through Superior Sales Force Performance Management
9. BioSpecifics Technologies Corp. Announces Additional Sales of Stock in Private Placement Offering
10. Orchid Cellmark Appoints Jeffrey S. Boschwitz as Vice President, North America Marketing & Sales
11. Direct Medical Systems Reaches Profitability in 2-1/2 Years, as a Result of Sales of the Worlds Smallest and Lightest Ultrasound System, the InNovaSound USB Ultrasound.
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
(Date:1/15/2014)... This webinar will focus on EMA ... assessment in biosimilars. , Regulatory frameworks are evolving many ... however the complex nature of biopharmaceuticals makes the demonstration ... extremely challenging. Based on the specific aspects of biosimilar ...
(Date:1/15/2014)... Two champions of science, technology, engineering, and ... annual competition for middle and high school students designed ... study. The competition presents students with real-world problems experienced ... Mathematics, and Sciences is a program administered by ...
(Date:1/15/2014)... 2013 was a banner year of continued ... saw continued independent research led by the team at ... $1 million grant from the Susanne Marcus Collins Foundation, ... peer reviewed journal, Amy Grant highlighted Brainwave Optimization® in ...
(Date:1/15/2014)... TAIPEI , Jan. 15, 2014 TaiGen Biotechnology ... an exclusive agreement with R-Pharm, a leading Russian pharmaceutical ... in the Russian Federation , ... Commonwealth Independent States (CIS). Nemonoxacin is a novel antibiotic for ...
Breaking Biology Technology:Xtalks Life Sciences Webinar Examines Safety Assessment of Biosimilars 2Technology Student Association Partners with Leaders in STEM Education Advocacy for Annual Competition 2Technology Student Association Partners with Leaders in STEM Education Advocacy for Annual Competition 3Technology Student Association Partners with Leaders in STEM Education Advocacy for Annual Competition 4Technology Student Association Partners with Leaders in STEM Education Advocacy for Annual Competition 5Dynamic Innovative Technology Showcased at Scottsdale Company’s Open House 2Dynamic Innovative Technology Showcased at Scottsdale Company’s Open House 3TaiGen Biotechnology Signed Exclusive License Agreement with R-Pharm for Nemonoxacin (Taigexyn(R)) 2TaiGen Biotechnology Signed Exclusive License Agreement with R-Pharm for Nemonoxacin (Taigexyn(R)) 3TaiGen Biotechnology Signed Exclusive License Agreement with R-Pharm for Nemonoxacin (Taigexyn(R)) 4
... ERT (Nasdaq: ERES ), a leading provider of ... biopharmaceutical, medical device, and related industries, announced today that it ... Thursday, October 29, 2009 after the market closes. After the ... PM EDT that day. , For the conference call, ...
... A faster tool for cell programming and a new ... grand prizes of the 2009 Collegiate Inventors Competition, a program ... Abbott Fund, the non-profit foundation of the global health care ... (USPTO). Harris Wang, who invented a new way of ...
... 21 BioWa, Inc. (BioWa) and NKT Therapeutics, ... into an agreement which provides NKTT with access ... development of antibody-dependent cellular cytotoxicity (ADCC) enhanced antibodies. ... research, develop, manufacture and commercialize antibodies targeting natural ...
Cached Biology Technology:ERT to Announce 2009 Third Quarter Results on October 29, 2009 2Winners Announced in 2009 Collegiate Inventors Competition(R) 2Winners Announced in 2009 Collegiate Inventors Competition(R) 3Winners Announced in 2009 Collegiate Inventors Competition(R) 4Winners Announced in 2009 Collegiate Inventors Competition(R) 5Winners Announced in 2009 Collegiate Inventors Competition(R) 6Winners Announced in 2009 Collegiate Inventors Competition(R) 7BioWa and NKTT Announce Licensing of BioWa's POTELLIGENT(R) Technology For Use in Antibody Research and Development 2BioWa and NKTT Announce Licensing of BioWa's POTELLIGENT(R) Technology For Use in Antibody Research and Development 3
(Date:4/17/2014)... and pathogens that devastate honeybees in Europe, Asia and ... do not appear to be impacting native honeybee populations ... researchers., The invasive pests include including Nosema microsporidia ... honeybees appear to be resilient to these invasive pests, ... control pests in Europe, Asia and the United States ...
(Date:4/17/2014)... many serious conditions such as heart disease, epilepsy and ... therapies. Unfortunately, there is still much scientists do not ... and unexpected insight into the structure of sodium channels ... - which are responsible for ,fine-tuning, the activity of ... recent edition of the Journal of Biological Chemistry ...
(Date:4/17/2014)... Ind. -- Indiana University researchers have detected new early-warning ... diabetes. This discovery could have far-reaching implications for the ... care of over 25 million Americans. , "We had ... retinas at such early stages," said Ann Elsner, professor ... and lead author of the study. "We set out ...
Breaking Biology News(10 mins):East African honeybees are safe from invasive pests… for now 2East African honeybees are safe from invasive pests… for now 3Structure of sodium channels different than previously believed 2New technique detects microscopic diabetes-related eye damage 2New technique detects microscopic diabetes-related eye damage 3
... a commercially viable method for mass producing effective vaccines ... the months required for traditional egg-based vaccines. They report ... , The next flu pandemic could happen any time," ... (PSC) and a researcher on the study. "The ...
... click as Cornell University researchers have fabricated a set ... receptors on cell membranes and trigger larger-scale responses within ... an allergic response. , How cell membranes control cellular ... However, nanotechnology now gives researchers new tools to understand ...
... Not all biological weapons are created equal. They are ... agents being the scariest: They are easy to spread, ... pubic health system. One of these worrisome organisms is ... media attention. But work in Vince Fischetti's laboratory at ...
Cached Biology News:New influenza vaccine takes weeks to mass produce 2'Nano-keys' bind cell receptors and trigger allergic reactions 2'Nano-keys' bind cell receptors and trigger allergic reactions 3Newly discovered protein kills anthrax bacteria by exploding their cell walls 2
... Avian Myeloblastosis Virus Reverse Transcriptase (AMV RT) ... DNA, RNA or RNA:DNA hybrids (1). It ... efficient than RNA primers) as well as ... intrinsic RNase H activity. Both nonionic detergents ...
DNase I (Deoxyribonuclease I) digests single- and double-stranded DNA to oligodeoxyribonucleotides. Ribonuclease activity has been reduced to non-detectable levels....
... is a preparation of deoxyribonuclease I ... to produce 3-hydroxyl oligonucleotides. This preparation ... where maintaining the integrity of RNA ... for use with the Core Footprinting ...
... Liquid. In 100 mM KCl, 20 ... 20% glycerol, pH 7.9. AVOID FREEZE/THAW CYCLES. Human ... protein of 765 amino acids encoded by a ... positive and negative supercoiled DNAs without the requirement ...
Biology Products: