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of or relating to the early phases of a disease when accurate diagnosis is not possible because symptoms of the disease have not yet appeared

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Why was he troubled when the kings of the Preclinical CROs were cautiously optimistic about improving customer demand and relieved that they had appeased the investment empires?
Preclinical Models - Preclinical CROs will Continue to Improve the Quality and Accuracy of Data for Targeted Therapies provides key data, information and analysis of the major trends and developments in preclinical studies and preclinical outsourcing business.
At the same time, some preclinical CROs demonstrated that they were able to achieve a level of operational quality that was at least equivalent to that in pharma research operations.
Preclinical Animal Imaging Systems Market provides important trends, measurements, and analyses of key modalities used in preclinical imaging.
The capital raised will be used to accelerate growth of Bridge's preclinical operations in China, as well as to support M&A activities, including its recent acquisition of the Preclinical Division of Gene Logic Inc.
The preclinical studies suggest that AV-101, a first-in-class prodrug, has the potential to treat pain caused by nerve damage associated with diabetes, viral infections, injuries, and cancer.
a compound for atrial fibrillation, for which the Company's collaborator Bristol-Myers Squibb Company is conducting preclinical studies; and
In contrast, preclinical studies with HE3286 indicate that it does not act on the PPARgamma receptor and does not have the undesirable effect of weight gain seen with the glitazone class.
MCT-175, in preclinical development for the treatment of relapsing-remitting MS, targets disease specific autoaggressive T-cells that destroy the myelin sheath of nerve cells.
Preclinical Small Animal Imaging research service provides comprehensive analyses on the six major modalities used in scientific research laboratories in 2005.
We look forward to his valued contributions as we prepare to advance a number of promising preclinical candidates into the clinic and continue to leverage our internal drug discovery expertise to further fuel our pipeline.
SRI welcomes the opportunity to provide the NINDS with all the support necessary to develop promising candidates from preclinical assessment through IND," said Carol Green, Ph.
announced today the results of several preclinical studies of GX15-070, a small molecule specifically designed to inhibit all relevant members of the Bcl-2 protein family, a validated cancer target, thus restoring the natural cell death process of apoptosis.
Nasdaq:SGEN) today announced clinical and preclinical data from the company's five lead antibody-based product candidates reported in multiple presentations during the American Society of Hematology (ASH) 48th Annual Meeting and Exposition in Orlando, Florida.
Publication of Preclinical Studies Demonstrate Efficacy in Disease Models