Topline results will include a readout of the primary endpoint, which is intended to show CaPre
's overall impact on lowering triglycerides (TGs) after 12 weeks compared to placebo.
Sceglie di "andare, trovare, capire il confine della nostra vita, della nostra anima, della nostra natura, dell'universo, mettersi alla prova, all'estremo confine del bene e del male" (Betti, Delitto all'isola delle capre
, ms: 49).
is designed to treat hypertriglyceridemia, a condition characterized by elevated triglyceride levels in the blood.
Los instrumentos psicometricos utilizados para el estudio fueron Clima psicologico de aprendizaje (CAPR) y Clima de aprendizaje de equipos (CAPRE
), los cuales fueron creados en Colombia por el Centro de Investigacion en Comportamiento Organizacional (CINCEL).
Acasti Pharma, a Neptune Technologies & Bioressources Inc.'s subsidiaiy, has released positive results for its Phase II trial designed to assess the safety and efficacy of its investigational new drug candidate CaPre
in the treatment of mild to severe hypertriglyceridemia.
Acasti's lead prescription drug candidate is CaPre
, a purified high omega-3 phospholipid concentrate derived from Neptune krill oil being developed to address the prevention and treatment of cardiometabolic disorders, including hypertriglyceridemia, which is characterized by abnormally high levels of triglycerides.
That's the message from Capre
, the Register of Children's Activity Professionals, which has called for schools and physical activity providers in the region to ensure children are supported by trained and qualified professionals.
New high-value brownfield mine development projects, such as Copper Cliff Mine, will proceed and the Victor Capre
project will be accelerated.
In a flash note to clients Friday, Roth Capital Partners' analyst Joseph Pantginis says Thursday's FDA approval for Amarin Corporation's Vascepa bodes well for Neptune Technologies & Bioressources' underlying and growing core NKO business as well as the pharmaceutical opportunity with Acasti's CaPre
, a Reuters report said.
1615) refers to "Mad morisco's" (1615: II, i) to suggest hidden and wild danger, and it is this meaning that Shakespeare deploys in his account of Jack Cade in 2 Henry VI: in act three, scene one, York remembers the "headstrong Kentishman John Cade of Ashford", (1997: 356-357) whom he saw in the middle of the battle "capre
upright, like a wilde Morisco" and who shook the darts off his thigh "as he [i.e., the Morisco] [shakes] his bells" (1997: 365-366).