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July 27th, 2005

MAP Pharmaceuticals Announces Expanded Development Agreement

Abstract:
MAP Pharmaceuticals, Inc. announced today that MAP and Elan Corporation, plc have agreed to amend their previous agreement, signed in 2004, to seek to apply Elan's proprietary NanoCrystal(R) technology to defined inhalation therapies. MAP has been collaborating with Elan to develop a nebulized form of budesonide for the treatment of asthma. The agreement provides additional rights to MAP for the use of NanoCrystal technology for the treatment of multiple respiratory diseases, including asthma.

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