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Cytomedix Announces Preliminary Results of Clinical Trial for Treatment of Diabetic Foot Ulcers
ROCKVILLE, Md., Sept. 12, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- Cytomedix, Inc. (AMEX:GTF) today announced that preliminary analysis of a clinical trial for its AutoloGel(tm) platelet gel therapy system for the treatment of diabetic foot ulcers is underway. Early analysis appears to indicate that for total wound closure as the clinical end-point, the clinical efficacy of this product may be approximately similar to the standard therapy that was used as a control in the clinical trial. No product-related significant adverse effects were observed in the study.
Renault Trucks Launches New Renault Premium
GOTEBORG, Sweden, Sept. 12, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- AB Volvo's subsidiary Renault Trucks today introduced a new version of its truck model for long-haul transportation, the Renault Premium tractor unit. Among other improvements, the new version features a new driveline and chassis.
Sandvik Receives Major Orders in Materials Handling
SANDVIKEN, Sweden, Sept. 12, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- Sandvik Mining and Construction, world-leading supplier to the mining and construction industries, has achieved significant market successes recently through the receipt of a number of large orders for advanced materials handling systems. The total value of the orders is slightly more than SEK 1 billion. Deliveries will be made during 2006 and 2007.
Golden Patriot Corp.
Golden Patriot Corp. Announces Encouraging Uranium Grades Returned on Lucky Boy Prospect
NEW YORK, Sept. 12, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- Golden Patriot, Corp. ("GPTC") (OTCBB:GPTC) is extremely pleased to announce that it has been informed by the exploration contractor of the Lucky Boy Uranium Prospect, that the initial samples have returned very encouraging uranium grades. This initial sample was designed to test for the viability of continuing on this prospect. Samples came back as high as .286% U. Upon receipt of these samples, a multi-hole drill program to test the extent of the ore is now being implemented. This drilling is planed for late October. "Initial interpretation of recent sampling is encouraging. Surface alteration, similar in character to mineralized outcrop in the open pit area has been traced along a northeasterly trend for some 600 to 800 feet, and may represent a potential extension of the ore zone. Also significant, is the apparent thickness of the quartzite host unit. At this time, based on mapping and observation of drill cuttings, it appears that the quartzite ranges from several 10's to greater than 60 feet thick. Adjacent districts provide strong evidence that grades increase near the contact with the underlying diabase lithology. With respect to mineability, there is evidence the quartzite host unit dips 25 degrees, and roughly parallel to slope. This orientation would be very favorable in consideration of open pit development," stated geologist Nicholas Barr.
RMD Entertainment Announces Expansion of Digital Distribution Network
BAY CITY, Mich. and TORONTO, Sept. 12, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- RMD Entertainment Inc. (Pink Sheets:SCXC), a wholly owned subsidiary of Sciax Corp., announced today that it has reached an agreement with two carriers to distribute RMD's complete digital music catalogue. This agreement will be undertaken through its existing contract with Groove Mobile. Groove Mobile is Europe's leading mobile music provider, delivering one of the most compelling downloadable mobile music experiences available. These carriers include:
PubSub Concepts, Inc.
Leading Educational and Blog Search Companies Launch Safe Blogging Tool for Schools
NEW YORK, Sept. 12, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- ePALS Classroom Exchange(tm), the Internet's largest collaborative classroom network, and PubSub.com, the essential tool for anyone tracking what people are saying about the topics they care about, today announced a joint partnership to develop and release ePALS StudentBlog(tm), a safe and protected blogging tool designed for teachers, students and parents to search, publish, and share classroom projects across cultures and continents in an age-appropriate environment.