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Brandes Proposes 130 yen per Share Dividend and 10 Million Share Buyback Program for Ono Pharmaceutical Annual Meeting

SAN DIEGO, April 15 /PRNewswire/ -- Brandes Investment Partners, L.P. ("Brandes") announces that, on April 8th, 2008, it submitted to Ono Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd. (the "Company"), a pharmaceutical manufacturer based in Japan and listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange, a resolution (the "Resolution...

Fear of Needles, Greedy Dealer 'saved' Lennon and Ono from Heroin Addiction

It was not friends or family that saved John Lennon and Yoko Ono from developing a heroin addiction, but a greedy drug dealer and a healthy fear of needles. And, the news comes from an impeccable source - Ono herself. Ono, on BBC Radio 4 programme 'On Desert Island Discs', revealed how thei...

Autism Speaks Celebrates Second Annual World Autism Awareness Day with an Array of International Events on April 2

... New York Stock Exchange Bell-Ringing, Yoko ono Lennon Event at the UN, and "Walk on the Web...er that morning at the United Nations, artist Yoko ono Lennon will unveil an original work called "P...quot; is a unique work of art, done in a style Ms. ono has been working in for more than two decades, in ...

CSOFT Broadens Globalization Services in U.S. and Japan with Two New Hires

...Mr. Uwe Muegge and Mr. Hirotoshi "Jerry" ono as part of their U.S. and Shanghai expansion plans...ization solutions for the life sciences industry. ono is the Director of CSOFT Shanghai Business Unit, f...hiring Muegge, CSOFT recently brought on Hirotoshi ono as Director of the Shanghai Business Unit. As Dir...

JCI online early table of contents: July 10, 2008

...lls in the body that normally respond to insulin are nerves in a region of the brain known as the hypothalamus. New data, generated in rats, by Hiraku ono and colleagues, at Albert Einstein College of Medicine, New York, has provided insight into a molecular pathway in the hypothalamus that contributes t...

Genome sequence of lancelet shows how genes quadrupled during vertebrate evolution

... formation of vertebrates as we know them." "The most exciting thing that the amphioxus genome does is provide excellent evidence for the idea that ono proposed in 1970, that the human genome had undergone two rounds of whole-genome duplication with subsequent losses," said coauthor Linda Z. Holland, ...

Medarex Announces 2007 Fourth Quarter and Year End Financial Results

...cytic leukemia and for rheumatoid arthritis; -- Filing an IND with the FDA for MDX-1106, a fully human anti-PD-1 antibody in development with ono Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd, being investigated for the treatment of chronic viral infections, with the first trial to target hepatitis C; and --...

Ono and Medarex Announce Allowance of Investigational New Drug Application for Fully Human Anti-PD1 Antibody

...PRINCETON, N.J., Oct. 29 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- ono Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd. and Medarex, Inc. (Nasdaq... May 2005 collaborative research agreement between ono and Medarex, and currently is in a separate ongoin...Shozo Matsuoka, Ph.D., Senior Managing Director of ono Pharmaceutical, Co., Ltd. "ONO-4538/MDX-1106 aims ...

Beanstalk Capital Ltd. enters into arrangement agreement with iCo Therapeutics Inc.

... at Emory University. From 2001 to 2006, Professor ono served as the Cumberlege Professor of Biomedical S...ersity College London from 2001 to 2006. Professor ono also served as the Chair of Immunology at the Univ...earch Institute, Harvard Medical School. Professor ono has directed multiple research and development pro...

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