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n.1.(Chem.) A light hydrocarbon oil resembling kerosene. It is obtained by distilling coal, paraffin, etc., and is used as a lubricant, illuminant, etc.
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Prior to joining Provectus, Scott was a senior member of the Photogen management team from 1997 to 2002, including serving as Photogen's chief operating officer from 1999 to 2002, as a director of Photogen from 1997 to 2000, and as interim CEO for a period in 2000.
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In addition, Imagent will be given its best opportunity to achieve success in the marketplace under Photogen, as they will be in position to properly launch the product with the experienced team of professionals that Alliance assembled in San Diego.
Craig Dees is vice president for research and development for Photogen, L.
LAJ607) TAFFY WILLIAMS, CEO of PHOTOGEN TECHNOLOGIES INC (PHGN), describes the company's business and its background; prospects for the industry, with positive and negative trends; competitive threats; strategic opportunities for the firm including its marketing plans and acquisition potential; management strength and organization; and the financial prospects of the firm looking forward.
A photograph of Clementina in a dark riding habit and her sister Isabella in an off-the-shoulder white dress shows the two daughters as mirroring images of dark and light, Nycteris and Photogen, masculine and feminine, the object of desire and her pursuer.
Prior to that he was a co-founder of Photogen Technologies, where he held several senior management positions.
One company on the forefront of PDT development is Photogen Technologies of Knoxville, Tennessee [see "Surgery Without Knives," The World & I, May 1997, p.
He is cofounder and chief scientist for Photogen Technologies.