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1 spot among patent applicants at the EPO - For the first time ranking topped by Asian company - With 5.
BRUSSELS, March 6, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- * EPO announces record number of patent filings * European firms lead on eight of top ten technology fields * UK No.
Veteran Italian rider Davide Rebellin tested positive for EPO CERA at last year's Beijing Olympics where he won silver in the road race, Italian media reported on Tuesday.
Roche Diagnostics GmbH (Mannheim, DE) has patented human cells which are capable, on the basis of an activation of the endogenous human EPO gene, of producing EPO in a sufficient amount and purity to make possible a cost-effective production of human EPO as a pharmaceutical preparation.
Horseracing Forensic Laboratory chief executive Dr David Hall is keen to bring the public up to speed on the current state of EPO testing.
This drug, now entering the final phase of human testing, is expected to largely replace EPO because it is injected just once a week instead of EPO's three-times-a-week regimen.
An equally important facet of the overall CIM setup is the Series 4000 data-acquisition and process-monitoring system from Epos Corp.
EPO (Erythropoietin) is a glycoprotein hormone which regulates erythropoiesis i.