EPO


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EPO

abbreviation for
(Pharmacology) erythropoietin
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The close co-operation between the patent offices of Europe and China has been instrumental in developing a modern and efficient intellectual property system in China, which greatly benefits innovating businesses in both regions," said EPO President Benoit Battistelli.
In summary, EPO, in a dose-dependent manner, resulted in an improvement of neurite outgrowth of dissociated retinal neurocytes in vitro.
The Republic of Macedonia has ratified the European Patent Convention and it became a member of EPO on 1 January year 2009.
invented drug that are being produced by the dozens in some 20 countries around the world, in such places as China, India, Brazil and elsewhere, because manufactured EPO is crucial in medicine and thus worth billions of dollars each year.
The cycling world has been plunged into a crisis over the past few weeks with four of this year's Tour de France riders, including King of the Mountains winner Bernhard Kohl, failing the new test for the latest variant of EPO, known as Cera, while the International Olympic Committee has ordered the retesting of up to 1,000 blood samples taken from athletes at this summer's Beijing games in China.
But Wednesday it was announced her B sample returned clean and did not detect EPO.
The scientists found unusually high concentrations of EPO in the eyes of patients with advanced diabetic retinopathy, the leading cause of blindness among nonelderly adults in the industrialized world.
Dragon's EPO is currently approved to treat anemia due to renal failure and for surgery patients in China, India, Brazil, Egypt and Peru.
One solution is to take linolenic acid in the form of EPO, usually in glycerine capsules.
For the first time at the Olympics, all athletes competing in an endurance sport were tested for EPO.
Fitch recognizes that EPO is in the middle of a significant capital spending program with planned growth spending of $7.
Among a variety of collaborative actions, the IEEE-SA continues to provide its standards development documents and related data to the EPO and confirms that the EPO may use them for the purpose of the patenting process in all its phases, with the aim of maximising patent quality in related areas by improving the identification of relevant prior art for deciding on novelty and inventiveness of patent applications in electronics.