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corium

[′kȯr·ē·əm]
(anatomy)
(invertebrate zoology)
Middle portion of the forewing of hemipteran insects.
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Regarding the corium stabilization inside reactor vessel, a concept of IVMR (In-Vessel Melt Retention) is generally used for the Light Water Reactors as a most effective method.
Mayne Pharma has assumed Par's manufacturing and supply agreement with Corium, and acquired select inventory and the rights to market the product.
This higher revised term loan agreement provides another USD10m to Corium International from CRG, which increases the aggregate principal loan amount to USD45m from the USD35m of outstanding principal under the original agreement.
"Using high-density, high-compressive strength and frost-resistant bricks with steel backing trays, Corium moves traditional stacked brick into high performance brick veneers," says Telling Vice President Steven Collins.
Corium International announced that the United States Patent and Trademark Office has issued a new key patent related to the company's Corplex Donepezil Transdermal Delivery System, a once-weekly patch that delivers the most commonly prescribed medication for Alzheimer's patients.
In February, Corium received feedback via email from the FDA that the FDA had completed its preliminary review of data submitted before and after Corium's August 2017 meeting with the FDA and that the results of Corium's pilot bioequivalence study for Corplex Donepezil may, on their face, suffice as the sole basis for demonstrating bioequivalence between Corplex Donepezil and oral Aricept for the purpose of submitting a New Drug Application, or NDA.