BioDelivery Sciences International Patents
BioDelivery Sciences International has filed 51 patents.
Analgesics, Morphinans, Phenols, Acute pain, Opioid antagonists
Analgesics, Morphinans, Phenols, Acute pain, Opioid antagonists
When was BioDelivery Sciences International founded?
BioDelivery Sciences International was founded in 1997.
Where is BioDelivery Sciences International's headquarters?
BioDelivery Sciences International's headquarters is located at 4131 ParkLake Avenue, Raleigh.
What is BioDelivery Sciences International's latest funding round?
BioDelivery Sciences International's latest funding round is Acq - P2P.
Who are the investors of BioDelivery Sciences International?
Investors of BioDelivery Sciences International include Collegium Pharmaceutical, Broadfin Capital and The Hopkins Capital Group.
Who are BioDelivery Sciences International's competitors?
Competitors of BioDelivery Sciences International include Armgo Pharma, Flexion Therapeutics, EyePoint Pharmaceuticals, Foamix Pharmaceuticals, Genocea Biosciences and 11 more.
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