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GeneGo Announces Systems Tox Relationship With Entelos

ST. JOSEPH, Mich., March 17 /PRNewswire/ -- GeneGo, Inc., the leading provider of pathway data mining & analysis solutions, today announced a license agreement with Entelos of Foster City, CA, a company specializing in predictive technologies, including toxicogenomics and PhysioLab(R) virtua...

Santaris Pharma - Interim Report for the Period 1 January to 30 June 2009

... clinical study with SPC3649 in healthy volunteers has been submitted and the trial is scheduled to be commenced later in 2009. Further a three months tox study will be initiated during the 2nd half of 2009. EZN2968-HIF-1alpha Santaris Pharma's collaboration partner Enzon Pharmaceuticals an...

Vista Partners Updates Coverage; Maintains $3.20 Target Price

...nment, corrections, clinical and educational markets. ABMC's Rapid Drug Screen(R), Rapid One(R), Rapid TEC(R), RDS(R) InCup(R), Rapid TOX(R) and Rapid tox Cup(R) products test for the presence or absence of drugs of abuse in urine, while OralStat(R) and Rapid STAT(TM) tests for the presence or absence of...

Vista Partners Updates Coverage; Maintains $3.20 Target Price

...nment, corrections, clinical and educational markets. ABMC's Rapid Drug Screen(R), Rapid One(R), Rapid TEC(R), RDS(R) InCup(R), Rapid TOX(R) and Rapid tox Cup(TM) products test for the presence or absence of drugs of abuse in urine, while OralStat(R) and Rapid STAT(TM) tests for the presence or absence o...

Why are new drugs failing?

...ns of drugs to look at the drug-drug interaction Running of animal cardio tox tests in a relatively cost-effective manner versus traditional cardio tox studies The isolated heart model uses a rabbit heart model to determine ...

Near Infrared Technology and Optical Agents For Molecular Imaging

...this respect, optical probes are similar to a pharmaceutical agent in that considerations of absorption, distribution, metabolism, exc retion, and tox i c i t y need to be evaluated. In addition to non-specific binding, trapping, rapid excretion, and metabolic effects, there are delivery barrie...
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