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Andaris files ultrasound contrast IND

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Ultrasound contrast developer Andaris of Nottingham, UK, has filed an investigational new drug (IND) application with the Food and Drug Administration to begin phase II clinical trials for cardiac indications of its Quantison agent. The application

Ultrasound contrast developer Andaris of Nottingham, UK, has filed an investigational new drug (IND) application with the Food and Drug Administration to begin phase II clinical trials for cardiac indications of its Quantison agent. The application covers the use of Quantison for left ventricular opacification as well as myocardial perfusion indications. Quantison consists of air-filled albumin microcapsules developed for intravenous imaging (SCAN 2/5/97).

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