June 2001
Equities Special Situations;Jun2001, Issue 492, p5
Reports the partnership between RiboGene and Questcor Pharmaceuticals, Inc. in California. Issuance of shares of common and preferred stock of the company; Increase of total merger consideration due to stock options and transaction cost; Combination of clinical development portfolio and growing sales and marketing.


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