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Diatech changes name to Diatide

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Peptide radiopharmaceutical developer Diatech has changed itsname to Diatide in a move designed to link itself more closelyto the technology it is developing. The Londonderry, NH-basedcompany announced the change this month after approval by itsboard of

Peptide radiopharmaceutical developer Diatech has changed itsname to Diatide in a move designed to link itself more closelyto the technology it is developing. The Londonderry, NH-basedcompany announced the change this month after approval by itsboard of directors.

Diatide is developing peptide-based imaging and therapy agentsthat are labeled with technetium-99m (SCAN 8/30/95). The firmplans to file a new drug application in 1997 for its lead product,an agent for the detection of deep vein thrombosis.

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