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  • noun A melatonergic antidepressant.

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  • Operating income increased 26% (+35% cc) to USD 2.2 billion, including restructuring charges of USD 92 million mainly related to the streamlining of our manufacturing network and impairment charges of USD 87 million for the discontinuation of the agomelatine development program (compared to impairment charges of USD 592 million in 2010).

    Reuters: Press Release

  • Exceptional items in operating income in the third quarter of 2011 include: intangible asset impairment charges of USD 134 million, including USD 87 million in Pharmaceuticals for the discontinuation of the agomelatine development program; USD 69 million for the impairment of financial assets, including USD 52 million in Vaccines & Diagnostics; USD 80 million of Alcon integration costs; and USD 93 million of restructuring charges, mainly for streamlining our manufacturing network.

    Reuters: Press Release

  • Exceptional items in operating income in the third quarter of 2011 include intangible asset impairment charges of USD 134 million (including USD 87 million in Pharmaceuticals for the discontinuation of the agomelatine development program), USD 69 million for the impairment of financial assets (including USD 52 million in Vaccines & Diagnostics), USD 80 million of Alcon integration costs, and USD 93 million of restructuring charges (mainly for the streamlining of our manufacturing network).

    Reuters: Press Release

  • Pandi-Perumal SR, Moscovitch A, Srinivasan V, Spence DW, Cardinali DP, et al. (2009) Bidirectional communication between sleep and circadian rhythms and its implications for depression: Lessons from agomelatine.

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  • Turkey, Sept. 15/CNW/- Further evidence of the superior antidepressant efficacy of Valdoxan (R)/Thymanax (R) (agomelatine) over conventional selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) and drug prescriptions are written by family doctors, not psychiatrists, raising concerns about the quality of some treatments, according to a study released on drug prescriptions are written by family doctors, not psychiatrists, raising concerns about the quality of some treatments, according to a

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