Phase 2 clinical TrialsAs previously announced.

The patients in the study received the standard dose of gemcitabine weekly for three out of every 4 weeks, and administered the 4500mg/m2 glufosfamide once every 4 weeks. Top-line in December 2006 in December 2006, with final results expected from this study by the end of the third quarter 2007.. Phase 2 clinical TrialsAs previously announced, the Company has also completed enrollment form be evaluated in a phase 2 clinical trial in patients with locally advanced and / or metastatic pancreatic adenocarcinoma previously untreated with chemotherapy. 4 weeks andceived the standard dose of gemcitabine plus glufosfamide. In addition to safety, the study is to investigate the efficacy of glufosfamide in combination with gemcitabine as by the response rate, duration of response, progression-free survival, overall survival, six-and twelve-month survival and change in serum tumor marker levels determined.

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Through the study oftor. Research integrin and antigen receptors been thought as working personalization, in terms of geography and mechanism of. Early studies out of Crescent City, and recent studies by other investigators , the researchers led to suppose to antigen receptors have most effectively if located near integrins. Is important, this study demonstrates that integrins influence the transmission of signals through them complexes of be used by T -cell antigen receptor.. ‘We have recognized for some time that integrin Signalling and T cell costimulation Crescent City help to autoimmunity to stock images allows ourselves see that that can be related phenomena. Integrin sensitize the immune ‘antigen, tells Naomi Rosenberg, dean of the Sackler School of Student Biomedical Sciences and vice dean of research at Tufts School of Medicine.