Bellerophon


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(Greek mythology) a mythical hero of Corinth who performed miracles on the winged horse Pegasus (especially killing the monster Chimera)

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Biotherapeutics company Bellerophon Therapeutics (NasdaqGM:BLPH) reported on Monday the receipt of Belgium's health authority approval to start a Phase 2 trial for INOpulse for the treatment of pulmonary hypertension in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, or PH-COPD.
Origin stories such as that of Melikertes/ Palaimon and of Bellerophon and Pegasus helped to provide Corinth with a civic identity, which obedience to Paul's command "flee from the worship of idols" would have disrupted.
TEL AVIV, Israel, July 27, 2015--A 303-patient, randomized, double-blinded, placebo-controlled study known as Preservation I, conducted by licensee Bellerophon, showed no statistically significant difference between patients treated with BioLineRx Ltd.
TEL AVIV, Israel, July 27, 2015 -- A 303-patient, randomized, double-blinded, placebo-controlled study known as Preservation I, conducted by licensee Bellerophon, showed no statistically significant difference between patients treated with BioLineRx Ltd.
TEL AVIV, Israel, July 27, 2015 -- A 303-patient, random, double-blind, placebo-controlled study known as Preservation I, conducted by BioLineRx licensee Bellerophon, showed no statistically significant difference between patients treated with BioLineRx's (BLRX) Bioabsorbable Cardiac Matrix (BCM) versus a placebo for both the primary and the secondary endpoints.
Under the names, Arran and Isla Leigh, they had already published Bellerophon in 1881.
Jonathan Peacock, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Bellerophon Therapeutics, noted, We are pleased to work with Flextronics, an established, global leader, for the manufacturing of our next-generation device.
Polk associates this horse with the mythical Pegasus, though he ignores the myth of Bellerophon (31).
It is, par excellence, the symbol of Corinth, its hero Bellerophon, and of some of Corinth's colonies, including Syracuse, home to Pindar's tyrannical dedicatee Hieron I.
2, from Tanfield Railway; Bellerophon, from Foxfield Railway; and a working replica of Stephenson's Rocket, from the National Railway Museum in York - will be in steam all weekend.
Sporting a claw and a spring-powered linear punch shooter, Bellerophon was designed to swiftly grab balls and launch them into the high-scoring goal.
beaucoup plus grand que] De son cote, MmeFatiha Cherid, directrice du Musee national des antiquites, dira: [beaucoup moins que]Aujourd'hui, la Gorgone rejoint le Musee national des antiquites a cote du sarcophage de Bellerophon sur lequel est sculptee la tete de la meduse.
The episode of the chimera is actually related to the character of Bellerophon in the Greek myth (Graves 253).
In the narrowest mythological context of the word, chimera means the creature that Bellerophon slew, a nasty, fire-breathing she-beast with a lion's head, a goat's body, and a serpent's tail.