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Molecular Insight Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Presents Preclinical Data,at Society Of Nuclear Medicine 2007 Annual Meeting

CAMBRIDGE, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jun 4, 2007 - Molecular Insight Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (NASDAQ: MIPI) announced today that the company will present the results of several preclinical studies at the 54th annual meeting of the Society of Nuclear Medicine (SNM) in Washington, D.C. The presentations include data on Azedra(TM) (Ultratrace (131)I-MIBG), the company's clinical-stage, targeted radiotherapeutic candidate for the treatment of malignant neuroendocrine tumors; Zemiva, its lead molecular imaging pharmaceutical for imaging cardiac ischemia; and MIP-190, its molecular imaging pharmaceutical candidate that targets angiotensin converting enzyme for the detection of heart failure and vascular inflammatory disease. Data on the company's radiolabeled small molecule molecular imaging pharmaceutical, MIP-1072, for the detection and staging of prostate cancer, were presented on June 3rd. -0-
Abstract Title: Formulation comparisons and pharmacokinetics of high

                specific activity Ultratrace 131I-Iobenguane (mIBG)

                for therapy


Authors:        J. F. Kronauge(a1), J. A. Barrett(1), J. Qi(1),

                H. Mok(1), D. H. Hunter(2), C. Bensimon(4),

                S. Oelsner(4), J. P. Norenberg(3), T. Anderson(3),

                S. Gallo(1), S. M. Hiller(1), J. Joyal(1),

                N. S. Lee(1) and J. W. Babich(1);

                1. Molecular Insight Pharmaceuticals, Inc., Cambridge,

                Massachusetts; 2. University of Western Ontario,

                London, Ontario, Canada; 3. University of New Mexico,

                Albuquerque, New Mexico and 4. MDS Nordion, Kanata,

                Ontario, Canada.


Reference #:    335357


Publication No.: 1316 - Scientific Poster Session


Poster Section:  Dosimetry/Radiobiology Posters


Session Info:   "Meet the Author" II: Neurosciences, General Clinical

                Specialties, and Radiopharmaceutical Chemistry Posters

                Monday, June 4

    
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