Monday, October 09, 2006

More on chemistry at Columbia University

Further to the Sames / Sezen matter at Columbia University, there are some other Columbia matters of interest.

In the case Takeda v. Mylan [rest of post lost by blogger]

[There are some comments about Samuel Danischevsky.]


In 2004 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 29192, one has text: I do find, however, that defendant
has met its burden of proving inequitable conduct with respect to the '368
patent. Accordingly, I find that the claims of the '368 patent are

UPDATE in Dec. 2006:

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European Chemist Says:
December 19th, 2006 at 4:22 am

Well, there’s a lot of categories to vote but a couple of them ring some bells.

News Story of the Year has got to be the Sames/Sezen case, where I feel some kind of twist may still be on the cards (check for another look on the issue).

Molecule of the Year is probably going to be Hexacyclinol because of the “JJLaClair affaire” (Also eligible for the previous category?)


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