February 2005
Worldwide Biotech;Feb2005, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p3
Trade Publication
Presents information on the grant received by Theratechnologies from Alza Corp. for the co-development projects of Macroflux transdermal drug delivery technology, in February 2005. Key priorities for Theratechnologies; Components of the co-development project; Expectations on the partnership.


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