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|Title:||Pyridine derivatives having anti-ulcerative activity|
|Abstract:||Pyridine derivatives useful for preventing or treating peptic ulcers, pharmaceutical preparations and methods of treating peptic ulcers are described.|
|Inventor(s):||Souda; Shigeru (Ushiku, JP), Ueda; Norihiro (Niihari, JP), Miyazawa; Shuhei (Toride, JP), Tagami; Katsuya (Niihari, JP), Nomoto; Seiichiro (Ushiku, JP), Okita; Makoto (Tsuchiura, JP), Shimomura; Naoyuki (Niihari, JP), Kaneko; Toshihiko (Tsukuba, JP), Fujimoto; Masatoshi (Tsukuba, JP), Murakami; Manabu (Rockville, MD), Oketani; Kiyoshi (Tsukuba, JP), Fujisaki; Hideaki (Niihari, JP), Shibata; Hisashi (Tsuchiura, JP), Wakabayashi; Tsuneo (Mito, JP)|
|Assignee:||Eisai Co., Ltd. (Tokyo, JP)|
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|Compound; Use; Composition;|
|Country||Document Number||Publication Date||Supplementary Protection Certificate||SPC Country||SPC Expiration|
|European Patent Office||0268956||Apr 15, 1998||C990015||Netherlands||<disabled>|
|Finland||874709||May 14, 1988|
|European Patent Office||0268956||Apr 06, 1994||SPC/GB98/040||United Kingdom||<disabled>|
|Finland||90544||Nov 15, 1993|
|European Patent Office||0654471||May 24, 1995|
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