Trophos's MitoCare programme receives €6 million EU funding
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A Phase II efficacy and safety study of Trophos' cholesterol-oxime compound TRO40303 to treat cardiac ischaemia-reperfusion injury in acute myocardial infarction patients will be substantially underwritten by funds from the European Union, the Marseilles-based company says. Trophos is to head a new 16-partner consortium called MitoCare, a 2.5 year international translational medicine project that has received a €6 million award under the European Union Seventh Framework Programme for research. The project will begin in January 2011.
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