Clinic Roundup

August 2011
BioWorld Today;8/23/2011, Vol. 22 Issue 163, p5
This section offers news briefs on drug clinical trials, which include the adult mesenchymal precursor cell product of Mesoblast Ltd. and the ocriplasmin trial for focal vitreomacular adhesion developed by ThromboGenics NV.


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