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Thomson Scientific Publishes its Third Quarter Issue of the Ones to Watch Reviewing the Most Promising Drugs in the Pharmaceutical Pipeline

The Five Most Promising Drugs Entering Phase II Trials

* CPP-109, (addiction to cocaine and methamphetamine), Catalyst


* intranasal insulin formulation, (diabetes), Nastech

* LCP-AtorFen, (cholesterol), Life Cycle

* EC-145, (ovarian and lung cancer), Endocyte

* TG-100801, (AMD, diabetic macular edemia, diabetic retinopathy),


The Five Most Promising Drugs Entering Phase I Trials

* affitope AD-01, (Alzheimer's disease), AFFiRiS

* MEM-63908, (Alzheimer's disease, CNS disorders), Memory/Roche

* TC-5619, (schizophrenia, depression), Targacept

* RDEA-806, (HIV infection), Ardea Biosciences

* APD-791, (arterial thrombosis), Arena Pharmaceuticals

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