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Abraxis

(Christian Churches, other) an ancient charm composed of Greek letters: originally believed to have magical powers and inscribed on amulets, etc.

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Abraxis Bioscience v. Navinta - IPO home
Abraxis Bioscience, Inc.
ABRAXIS BIOSCIENCE, INC. V. NAVINTA LLC. [ORDER]
NCCN, Abraxis BioScience and AstraZeneca Announce
Abraxis Ecologenia Ethynylestradiol (EE2) Microplate Enzyme
September 2009. Environmental Technology. Verification Report.
Abraxis - lung cancer article

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Earnings Scorecard: Celgene
Celgene boosted its oncology portfolio further by purchasing Gloucester Pharmaceuticals and Abraxis BioScience in 2010.
Home of Metal - Part One: The Art of Mark Wilkinson 08 Aug 09:00
MW: With the 3D glasses, yeah. But if we're talking about album covers, my favourite album cover of all time, not because of the band, but because of the artwork...and again I bought it because of the artwork, it was Abraxis by Santana.

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Abraxis BioScience
To all Abraxis BioScience website visitors: Abraxis BioScience and its subsidiaries have become a wholly-owned subsidiary of Celgene Corporation.
ABRAXIS
Celgene to Buy Abraxis BioScience for $2.9 Billion - NYTimes.com
Jun 30, 2010 By agreeing to sell his company Abraxis BioScience, Patrick Soon-Shiong is adding to a fortune that Forbes values at $4 billion.
Abraxis Networks
Internet service provider, located in Norcross, Georgia.
Abraxis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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