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intercellular

[¦in·tər′sel·yə·lər]
(histology)
Of or pertaining to the region between cells.
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where [N.sub.0] shows the noise power, and [I.sup.f.sub.m,n] (NOMA) and [I.sup.f.sub.m,n] (Intercell) represent the PD-NOMA and the intercell interference, respectively, and are given by
Note that N MSs in the victim cells are those subject to intercell interference.
Intercell said it expected the approval for other Asian territories through the World Health Organisation, and said Swiss drugmaker Novartis would be responsible for marketing and distribution in those countries.
The hardest blow for Intercell was the failure of its Phase II and Phase III studies of a vaccine candidate against traveller's diarrhea last year.
Under his excellent leadership, Intercell received international approval for the novel Japanese Encephalitis vaccine, IXIARO[R]/JESPECT[R], formed major strategic alliances with leading pharmaceutical companies and vaccine non-profit organizations, successfully completed several financing steps, was elected as 'Technology Pioneer' at the World Economic Forum in 2009 and received the European Biotechnica Award in 2006.
23 February 2011 - Austrian Erste Group Bank AG (WBAG:EBS) will manage the accelerated overnight book-building procedure for the EUR30.8m (USD22.5m) senior unsecured convertible notes offering by local Intercell AG (WBAG:ICLL), the vaccine maker said on Tuesday.
GSK says it will pay $49.5 million to Intercell to form an alliance to develop and market vaccine patches for traveler's diarrhea and pandemic influenza.
The transaction involved a reorganisation agreement exchanging 2m shares of Intercell common stock for 100% of the issued and outstanding shares of NewMarket China.
In addition, Kirin will make an upfront payment of 4 million euros, milestone payments on development and royalties on future sales to Intercell.
Intercell in Poland may invest in a 250,000 metric tons/yr testliner and recycled fluting machine.
Paul Langard set up Solihull-based Intercell Solutions in 2002 whilst working as a director at the Birmingham accountancy firm established by his father.
Intercell International Corporation (BULLETIN BOARD: IICP), through its subsidiary Brunetti DEC, has been awarded a contract with the Village of Jackson, Wis., to construct and manage a wireless broadband network for the VILLAGE.