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Serving hundreds of leading biopharmaceutical companies globally:

UBS
Federal Trade Commission
Daiichi Sankyo
Queensland Health
QuintilesIMS
US Army
Fuji
Medtronic
Chubb

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Details for United Kingdom Supplementary Protection Certificate: SPC/GB07/061

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Country Document Number Supplementary Protection Certificate SPC Country SPC Description SPC Expiration
European Patent Office 1028961 SPC/GB07/061 United Kingdom PRODUCT NAME: RETAPAMULIN OPTIONALLY IN THE FORM OF A PHARMACEUTICALLY ACCEPTABLE SALT; REGISTERED: UK EU/1/07/390/001 20070524; UK EU/1/07/390/002 20070524; UK EU/1/07/390/003 20070524; UK EU/1/07/390/004 20070524 ➤ Sign Up

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Serving hundreds of leading biopharmaceutical companies globally:

Accenture
Healthtrust
US Department of Justice
Daiichi Sankyo
Teva
Deloitte
McKesson
QuintilesIMS
Harvard Business School

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