May 2001
Worldwide Biotech;May2001, Vol. 13 Issue 5, p2
Trade Publication
Reports the cooperation agreement of Xechem International Inc. and Xechem Pharmaceutical China Ltd. with the Shanghai Fudan Taxusal New Technology Co. Ltd. to develop paclitaxel soluble analogs and other natural products isolated from Chinese traditional medicines.


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