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  • n. The heterocycle 4-methylpyrazole, used as an antidote to poisoning by methanol or ethylene glycol


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  • In early May, Paladin and Takeda entered into a licensing and distribution agreement under which Paladin granted Takeda an exclusive right to develop and commercialize fomepizole marketed and distributed by Paladin under the trademark Antizol® in Canada and the United States for the treatment of ethylene glycol and methanol poisonings in Japan.


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