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We believe the addition of Harpoon Medical's technology and team will enable even more opportunities to help patients with degenerative mitral regurgitation," said Bernard Zovighian, Edwards' corporate vice president, surgical heart valve therapy.
Gerald McMahon, PhD, President and CEO of Harpoon Therapeutics, said, 'We value our partnership with CMC Biologics as our CDMO for the development and manufacturing of our first wave of molecules entering the clinic.
The service used a Harpoon Block 1C missile that was already in its inventory as well as one of its own launch systems, he said.
The US government has already approved the sale of Harpoon Block- II missiles and 10 Harpoon encapsulated training missiles.
The cold gas thruster on top of the lander does not appear to be working so we will have to rely fully on the harpoons at touchdown," said Stephan Ulamec, Philae Lander Manager at the DLR German Aerospace Center.
The beer culture at the time Harpoon opened was significantly different from that of today.
A prototype harpoon was shot into representative satellite material to assess its penetration, its strength as the target is pulled close and the generation of additional fragments that might threaten the e.
Andrew Morris, 30, even fired a harpoon at Henry Stangroom while he slept but it just grazed him.
The whaler fired the harpoon three or four times before he finally got the animal.
You've got to have a man with a harpoon to daytime swordfish, says Michael Grant of Palm Beach, and when he fishes with his Team Three Buoys, they have two guys with harpoons, one on the stern and one on the bow.
A 28-year-old woman miraculously survived after her husband accidentally shot her in the mouth with a harpoon, Brazilian officials said Wednesday.