pharmaceuticals & fine chemicals

October 2005
Chemical Week;10/26/2005, Vol. 167 Issue 35, p34
Trade Publication
Presents an update on the pharmaceutical industry as of October 26, 2005. Purchase of the generic drugs operations of Alpharma by generic drugs firm Actavis Group; Decision of biotechnology manufacturer Progenitor Cell Therapy to manufacture Cellerant Therapeutics' stem cell drug candidate CLT-001.


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