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Phrixus

(frĭk`səs): see Golden FleeceGolden Fleece,
in Greek mythology, the magic fleece of the winged ram that saved Phrixus and Helle, the children of Nephele and Athamas, from the jealousy of Ino, Athamas' second wife.
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The Fleece, Hercules is informed, was considered "a royal symbol," which "seemed to give off a mysterious presence; it seemed to vibrate" "You know," Hercules is further told, "reigning without the Golden Fleece is almost impossible" So the Fleece had been in Iolcus all along, and the story of Phrixus and Helle is quietly erased.
As part of his lessons Jason learns about Phrixus, Helle, and the Golden Fleece.
15-18 on Phrixus and the ram and 30-33 on Jason and the Fleece.
Phrixus is currently preparing for a Phase 2 trial of Carmeseal-MD in non-ambulatory patients with DMD with support from the NIH National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute.
Carmeseal-MD is already available in Europe as part of Phrixus's European Access Program.
Like Spenser, Seneca takes each sign of the zodiac in turn, beginning with Aries, to whose exploits with Helle and Phrixus he also refers:
By a happy chance, they saved the four sons of Phrixus from shipwreck and were led by them to their home, Colchis, where King Aeetes kept the Fleece.
Michigan, June 18 -- Phrixus Pharmaceuticals, Inc., today announced that the NIH National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) SMARTT Program will provide services to produce clinical-grade Carmeseal-MD(tm) (P-188 NF) for the company's first study involving non-ambulatory boys with Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD).
Collet, President and Chief Executive Officer of Phrixus, emphasized that time is of the essence for the patients.
Athamas, a son of Aeolus and ruler of Boeotia, married the phantom Nephele (see Ixion ), who bore him a son, Phrixus, and a daughter, Helle.
Once Carmeseal-MD becomes an approved drug in a given country, the marketing rights to the approved product in that country revert back to Phrixus.