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chenix

(ˈkiːnɪks)
n
an ancient measure, equivalent to slightly more than a quart
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Of the 64 orphan drugs approved for use, five lost their exclusivity this year: Chenix, made by Solvay Pharmaceuticals of Marietta, Ga.; Opticrom, by Fisons Corp., Rochester, N.Y.; Trexan, Du Pont Merck Pharmaceuticals, Wilmington, Del.; Pentam, Fujisawa Pharmaceutical Corp., Deerfield, Ill.; and Panhematin, Abbott Laboratories, Abbott Park, Ill.