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April 21st, 2004

Elan Licenses Its NanoCrystal Technology to Roche

Abstract:
Elan Pharma International Ltd. today announced an agreement to license its proprietary NanoCrystal(TM) technology to Roche. NanoCrystal technology can improve the bioavailability of drugs by transforming them into nanometer-sized particles that can be used to create more effective and convenient dosage forms such as tablets, capsules, liquids, and powders. The license agreement will provide Roche with access to NanoCrystal technology and the rights to apply the technology to a drug candidate currently in clinical development.

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