dendron


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dendron

[′den‚drän]
(organic chemistry)
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In the case of the copolymers obtained by chemical modification of PECH with the same dendron, the unit cell had dimensions in the same range, but it was found that the number of dendrons contained in a unit cell ranged between 3 and 6, with a tilt angle comprised between 23[degrees] and 45[degrees] (36).
3 million representing the valuation of in-process research and development projects of Dendron GmbH, acquired by MTI in October 2002, and distributor termination expenses of $618,000.
Such potential risks and uncertainties relate, but are not limited, to, in no particular order: the successful integration of the operations of Dendron GmbH into the company's operations, effectiveness and pace of current and future product development, success of clinical testing, product demand and market acceptance, the impact of competitive products and pricing, and regulatory approval.
Also contributing to the increase was non-cash amortization of intangible assets in connection with the 2002 acquisition of Dendron GmbH.
18 per share, representing the valuation of in-process research and development projects of Dendron GmbH, acquired by MTI in October 2002, which must be charged to expense immediately upon acquisition under generally accepted accounting principles.
The proceeds from this financing will be used to replenish cash balances, which were reduced significantly by the initial payment made in connection with the acquisition of Dendron GmbH, repay the bridge loans made by Micro Investment in anticipation of this financing, and fund ongoing working capital requirements.
MTI used the proceeds from the first stage of the private placement, as well as a portion of its cash, to acquire Dendron GmbH, a privately held, German-based developer and manufacturer of neurovascular focused products such as embolic coils for the treatment of brain aneurysms.
At the time of the completion of the first stage of the private placement, MTI acquired Dendron GmbH, a privately owned, German-based developer and manufacturer of neurovascular focused products such as embolic coils for the treatment of brain aneurysms.
New products are positioned for release later this year, and we announced the acquisition of Dendron, which was completed in October.