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New issue in AttgeNO

May 02, 2018

The Swedish pharmaceutical research company AttgeNO has performed a new issue of shares.

AttgeNO works on the development of new pharmaceuticals which expand blood vessels. Supernitro (PDNO) is a new, patented pharmaceutical candidate for treatment of acute and life-threatening high blood pressure in the lungs, which, can arise for example in connection with heart surgery and may result in death. The capital generated as a result of the new issue of shares is intended to give AttgeNO an opportunity to perform clinical Phase 1 studies during 2019.

AttgeNO was advised by partner Johan Winnerblad.

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