Shire plc: Core Portfolio of Products Delivers 20% Sales Growth
...es planned over the next two years include:
- MEZAVANT for the treatment of ulcerative colitis; launches will
continue in certain EU and row
countries in 2009 and 2010;
- FIRAZYR for the symptomatic treatment of acute attacks of HAE; launches
will continue in certain European and...
NeoGenomics Announces Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2008 Financial Results
...ny's President and Chief Scientific Officer, stated, "We continue to be very pleased with the momentum in our business. 2008 was the second year in a row
that we were able to grow our revenues by approximately 75% and we accomplished much during the year, including rolling out many new products, growing...
NCSRP Research Director: "Earlier Planting can Increase Soybean Yields"
...ve found that planting more seed as insurance seldom pays off in higher yields."
Soybean seeding rates will vary depending on seed quality, row
spacing, whether you use a planter or drill (and who's driving), soil type, seedbed condition and tillage system. "If you've got a good planter t...
National Ergonomics Expo Sees 86% On-Site Exhibitor Renewal Rate for 2009; New Products from Contour Design, Equipois, Goldtouch and Herman Miller Win 2008 NECE Attendees' Choice New Product Awards
..., Inc. owners/producers of the NECE. Just days after the show, nearly 90% of exhibitors and counting have already renewed, marking the fifth year in a row
that the overwhelming majority of exhibitors have immediately renewed. "There are no 'tire kickers' here," said Sherry Rose, Ergonomics Product Manage...
Shire's New Product Portfolio Delivers Strong Quarterly Performance
...resenting 39% of our total product sales and
exceeding ADDERALL XR sales for the first time. The performance of
ELAPRASE, VYVANSE, LIALDA and FOSRENOL row
were particularly strong. This
quarter FIRAZYR was made available in Germany and the UK. We remain
confident that these products will continue to deli...
S*BIO Completes US$26 Million Equity Financing
...fund investing in small and midcap biotech, medtech and
specialty pharma companies world wide. The fund has received a AA-rating
from S&P 5 times in a row
since 2003. The fund is advised by Adamant
Biomedical Investments AG, a specialized healthcare boutique focused on
fund management of biotech, medtech...
Althea Technologies Receives Fast Growth Honors: Deloitte Technology Fast 50 and San Diego Business Journal Fast 100 Awards for the Fifth Consecutive Year
...O of Althea, Dr. Magda Marquet, added, "Receiving
Deloitte's Fast 50 award and the San Diego Business Journal's Fast 100
award for the fifth year in a row
is affirmation that we are continuing to
listen to our pharmaceutical and biotechnology clients' requests and meet
their demands for flexibility, comp...
Biotel Announces Record Revenues and Earnings for Fiscal 2008
...diluted share, on revenues of $3,115,000 in the fourth quarter of 2007.
Highlights for the quarter and year are as follows:
-- Sixth year in a row
of profitable growth. -- Record sales for the fourth quarter and year -- Net income for the year up 28.1 percent over 2007 -- Gross margin for the ...
Barr Reports Second Quarter 2008 GAAP Earnings of $0.52 Per Share; Adjusted Earnings of $0.64 Per Share
...et lower volume and pricing on several other oral contraceptive products.
Europe and Rest of the World ("ROW") Generic Sales Sales of European and row
generic products were $217 million in the second quarter of 2008, compared to $188 million in the prior year period. This increase is primarily rela...
American Telugu Association's Convention Attracts Over 10,000 People in the U.S.
- India and AP Media Directions, Competition, Opportunities, New Projects - Do's and Don'ts
Chennuri, Editor - Telugu Times
- Film Industry: How it all works - Financing/Producing/Distribution; Tips for new comers - Movie Making in US and...
Barr Reports First Quarter 2008 GAAP Earnings of $0.21 Per Share; Adjusted Earnings of $0.57 Per Share
...rily reflects lower volume on several products due to lower market share.
Europe and Rest of the World ("ROW") Generic Sales Sales of European and row
generic products were $208 million in the first quarter of 2008, compared to $164 million in the prior year period. This $44 million increase is pri...
TopoTarget Successfully Buys Back Full Control of Belinostat
...get Successfully Buys Back Full Control of Belinostat, Consolidating the Global Rights for the Product TopoTarget Acquires US & row
Rights From CuraGen Corporation
COPENHAGEN, April 22 /PRNewswire/ --
- Deal Covers a Payment of USD 26 million (DKK 122.8 million), a Total
of 5 M...
Engineers make first 'active matrix' display using nanowires
...researchers showed that they were able to selectively illuminate a specific row
of active-matrix OLEDS in a display about the size of a fingernail.
"Dis...aid. "We aren't able to do that yet. We've shown that we can select a whole row
at a time, not a single OLED, but we're getting close."
Future research ...
Shire plc: IFRS Results for the Year Ending December 31, 2007
...agreements, the US
Collaboration Agreement and the row
Territory License Agreement (together
the "New Riv... Agreements Shire also acquired the
license in the row
territory to develop and commercialise VYVANSE, in...current market transactions for
similar items. The row
Territory License Agreement was determined to be a...
Cepheid Reports Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2007 Results
... Percent of Instrument and service sales US & row
74% 68% ...nt and disposable sales (including USPS) US & row
84% 98% ...gent and Disposable Sales (without USPS) US & row
68% 89% ...
Barr Reports GAAP Earnings of $1.18 Per Share for 2007 and $0.30 Per Share for the Fourth Quarter; Adjusted Earnings Were $3.16 Per Share for 2007 and $0.79 Per Share for the Fourth Quarter
Sales of generic products in Europe and the row
through our PLIVA
subsidiary were $196 million in ...ecules with regulatory
bodies in Europe and in the row
during 2007, resulting in 287 product
registration...ending with regulatory bodies in
Europe and in the row
at year end.
During the fourth quarter of 2007, ...
Montana State University lab gives early warnings about biological invaders
...sect and information technology specialist, and Cathy Seibert, a weed identification specialist. Barry Jacobsen and Bill Grey, plant pathologists with row
crop, mycotoxin and seed certification expertise, also contribute to diagnoses.
The MSU lab leads the regional system's training and education prog...
Kendle Named Best CRO for Second Consecutive Year by Leading Global Pharmaceutical Publication Scrip
...evements that reflect cutting-edge science and the intellectually
exciting and socially rewarding nature of the industry. This is the second
year in a row
Kendle has received the "Best CRO Award."
(Logo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20030429/KNDLLOGO )
"Kendle is honored to be recognized onc...
IFRS Information - First Half of 2007
...ure and commercialization of VYVANSE in the US and row
As a result of the existence of this ...of VYVANSE for the treatment
of ADHD in the US and row
territories. In March 2005, this collaboration
agr...agreements, the US Collaboration
Agreement and the row
Territory License Agreement (together the "New Riv...
SBC is Here to Stay
...s SBC expanded its technical capabilities; it has also expanded its minority workforce. SBC Communications Inc. was recognized for the fifth year in a row
as the highest-ranking telecommunications company in Fortune magazines annual 50 Best Companies for Minorities list . This year SBC was ranked sevent...
API Software best in health-care customer satisfaction, says KLAS report
... HARTFORD, Wis. API Software announced on Monday that for the second year in a row
they have been named top time and attendance application in the KLAS rankings of health information technology vendor performance. In the mid-year r...
State CIO wants to unify electronic government
...vernment, they have to act a lot faster. I also know that when someone comes in and says 'You will do this, and you will do that,' then that's a tough row
to hoe. There tends to be resistance.
At the same time, Meachen says he believes strongly in moving away from the smokestack-style IT operation.
Wisconsin publicly traded biomedical companies report gains this quarter
....2 million, boosted by doubled Hectorol sales
Middleton-based pharmaceutical firm Bone Care International reported that for the third quarter in a row
they have experienced a growth in profit, seeing a net income of $1.2 million as opposed to a loss of $2.1 million in the same quarter last year. Bone...
PDS discovers golden opportunity In 323 dumpsters worth of trash
... Oconomowoc headquarters.
As I walked through the PDS warehouse, I saw row
of servers, keyboards and monitors packed on wheeled metal carts. Each full...
'Fluffy Bunnies' ready for Shanghai programming competition
...year, twice the amount of time it took the judges. If it fails either of these criteria, the judges send it back.
This will be the fourth year in a row
that UW-Madison has competed in the world finals. Previous teams attended competitions in Hawaii, Hollywood and Prague. This year four teams from the ...
IT is the New Foreign Service
...es, stock portfolios, and credit ratings. Its the difference between a high quality streaming video of your daughters wedding and sitting in the front row
as she says I do.
At one of my clients, the folks in the field complain about those people in the home office who just do what the computers tell t...
Huge cyber-tsunami developing in Asia
...r on the global branding of new and powerful products and services, the number of trademark applications filed in China each year for three years in a row
were equal to all the new trademark applications filed in the world combined. Filing new trademarks positively indicates the introduction of new thing...
A budget that moves Wisconsin forward
...xes. That's why, when I ran for governor and we faced a huge deficit, I said that we had to fix it without raising taxes. For the second budget in a row
we kept that promise.
In this budget, I signed major tax cuts that will reduce the tax burden on Wisconsin families by more than $325 million.
Wisconsins promising bio-refining future wont run on ethanol alone
...rtment is directing the Consortium on Bio-based Industries, an initiative aimed at promoting the kind of innovation necessary to turn forest products, row
crops, grasses and cow manure into fuel, fiber, plastics and chemicals.
Examples include extracting energy from wood chips before they are turned i...
Wisconsin can lead the nation to energy independence
...pulp and from energy crops such as switchgrass.
Cellulosic crops also reduce runoff, topsoil erosion and pesticide use as compared to traditional row
crops. Smart Growth and other strategies can be implemented to support our working lands while protecting sensitive environmental corridors from the...
Creativity, innovation extend to municipalities
...ices. New network services that have to be delivered through the local fabric of ROWs should be charged accordingly.
Why? Because the value of that row
has gone up and the path to all subscribers is through the ROW, except in the case of wireless services.
Other municipalities are looking at provid...
New Urbanism: Community planning Feng Shui
... the secluded mini-mansions that cost several million dollars, which he discounted as not being good, seem to be doing much better than the affordable row
houses and townhouses that are in so many urban and suburban settings.
The reality: New Urbanism lacks universal appeal
The rules and approac...
Serial Dilution with the Bravo Liquid Handling Platform
...vo (fluorescein reservoir for
serial dilution by row
is placed on position 7). A reservoir
A similar serial dilution method by row
is performed, with the exception that the fluoresc...
necessary to confirm that the serial dilution by row
would work equally well. Table 6 shows that by app...
Analysis of a Verapamil Microsomal Incubation using Metabolite ID and Mass FrontierTM
...romatograms were constructed. The MS 2 spectrum of the parent drug is always displayed in the bottom right-hand corner. The results for m/z 330 (from row
11 in the table) are shown at the top. This represents a loss of 125 daltons from the parent drug. This is not a common metabolic mass loss and would ...
Gq-coupled Receptor Assays Using FLEXstation
... when deciding the volume of compound to add. Each row
of the compound plate contained 12 replicates of one concentration of ADP. row
A contained 1X Reagent Buffer alone (negative cont...d dilutions of 1 mM ADP beginning with 1 mM ADP in row
B as shown in Table 1.
PathCheck Applied to Measurement of Protein Solutions in the SpectraMax Plus Microplate Spectrophotometer (MaxLine Application Note #26)
... displayed in their respective fields. The buffer blanks were assigned to wells D6 and D7.
Note: the series feature initially filled all of row
D because SOFTmax PRO by default fills complete rows or columns. Wells D6 through D12 were cleared so that the series would stop at sample #61.
Use of FlashPlate Technology for In Vitro Measurement of [35S]-GTPγS Binding in CHO Cells Expressing the Human 5-HT1B Receptor
...0 μM] in 80 of the FlashPlates 96 wells. Figure 2a shows the data in terms of absolute counts per minute; Figure 2b shows the same data with each row
expressed as a percentage of its individual basal value. Preliminary results on inter-assay variation over three experiments indicate only up to 6% er...
Extended data analysis using DeCyder EDA
...mdash;a group of spot maps and proteins. A set of data can be displayed in several ways depending on the context, for example as a heat map where each row
represents a protein and each column represents a spot map.
The original data set consists of the Biologica...
siRNA screening of the cell cycle with two dynamic GFP sensors (from Discovery Matters Issue 1, July 2005)
...leration of the cell cycle. For example, the effects of treating cells with siRNAs against the DNA replication licensing factors MCM2-MCM7 (14) (Fig 5 row
7, columns 1–6) resulted in cell cycle arrest very rapidly following siRNA transfection.
Not All Bits Are Created Equal
...he pixel size. The interline chip, although
also laid out as an array of pixels, includes transfer sections located
next to each row
of pixels. Due to its layout, the parameters of each
pixel are restricted. It is easy to see the limitations of the bucket