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Details for Austria Supplementary Protection Certificate: 9/2011

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Country Document Number Supplementary Protection Certificate SPC Country SPC Description SPC Expiration
European Patent Office 0503785 9/2011 Austria PRODUCT NAME: KOMBINATION AUS OLMESARTAN MEDOXOMIL, GEGEBENENFALLS IN FORM EINES PHARMAZEUTISCH AKZEPTABLEN SALZES, AMLODIPIN BESILAT UND HYDROCHLOROTHIAZID; NAT. REGISTRATION NO/DATE: 1-30068 - 1-30072 20110216; FIRST REGISTRATION: DE 79810.00.00 - 79814.00.00, UND 79815.00.00 - 79819.00.00 20101216 ➤ Sign Up

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