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January 10, 2014
13:50 EDTALIM, CBMX, BIOS, VICL, IPCIVical, CombiMatrix poised for breakouts, TheStreet.com says
In a report on stocks with technical attributes that indicate they may be poised for a near-term breakout, TheStreet's Roberto Pedone identifies CombiMatrix (CBMX), Vical (VICL), Intellipharmaceutics (IPCI), BioScrip (BIOS) and Alimera Sciences (ALIM). Reference Link
News For VICL;CBMX;IPCI;BIOS;ALIM From The Last 14 Days
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January 26, 2015
14:01 EDTALIMAlimera Sciences' ILUVIEN receives marketing approval in Finland, Luxembourg
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January 22, 2015
08:13 EDTCBMXCombiMatrix miscarriage analysis test now offered by ReproSource
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January 14, 2015
11:49 EDTALIMAlimera Sciences announces first sale of ILUVIEN in Portugal
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05:32 EDTVICLVical and Anges announce collaboration to develop therapy for ebola virus
Vical and AnGes announced that they have entered into collaboration to develop and commercialize an equine polyclonal antibody therapy for patients afflicted with Ebola virus disease. No medicines or vaccines are currently approved for the treatment of Ebola. The planned approach will be to isolate antibodies from the horses immunized with a DNA vaccine encoding an Ebola virus glycoprotein antigen. The antibodies will be purified and developed for the treatment of Ebola virus disease in humans. Under the agreement, Vical will develop and provide to AnGes a DNA vaccine encoding the glycoprotein antigen of the 2014 Zaire strain of Ebola virus, formulated with Vical's proprietary Vaxfectin adjuvant. AnGes will receive the right to exclusively develop and commercialize the equine polyclonal antibody therapy in Japan and will be responsible for all development costs. Vical will receive an upfront payment and is eligible to receive royalties on net sales and a percentage of payments received by AnGes under any sub-licensing agreements.
January 12, 2015
07:42 EDTCBMXOneMedMarket to hold a forum
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