They also didn't have any US patents other than the NIH.
Since Jan. 2012 they've got six, four in the last 3 months or so.
Wheels are greased, lets see what they do.
Is that you pecking away at some warrants here lately?????
Donk, back in the early years it also cured Athlete's Foot and Dandruff, but evidently the packaging was wrong, 'cuz it never caught on.
If the pulp of a tooth is damaged it causes nerve pain and left unchecked the tooth will die.
Treatment of damaged pulp and its possible regeneration would be a medical miracle.
The key here of course is the term:
" regenerative endodontics"
which fit the patent# 8,399,412 that is assigned to RGRX.
Read the patent. Use a popular search engine that starts with G and type in:
Summary in article:
" this study demonstrates for the first time that Tβ4 plays a key role in odontoblastic differentiation of HDPCs and activation of Tβ4 could provide a novel mechanism for regenerative endodontics."
Regenerx's patent # 8,399,412 is all about this.
One of the three patents that "slipped" JJ's mind....
The role of thymosin Beta 4 on odontogenic differentiation in human dental pulp cells.
Ties in to new Regenerx patent:
Method of treating or preventing tissue deterioration, injury or damage due to periodontal disease or disease of oral mucosa, and/or downregulating NF-kappabeta or supressing NF-kappabeta-mediated actions
Can be used in 'over the counter' mouthwash in patent description and put in 'dog bones' also......
It's not illegal if you do what you did, buy stock near close. You're just "retail". Where the SEC takes a real dim view is when institutional types do a "mark up" (or if a short fund mark down)...of holdings on the very last day of a quarter.or even last trading day of year. They just mark up for thei9r quarterly reports, artificially..
The MM will mark down too. But he just seems to do so during the day, and not near the close - so he does nothing illegal. He puts low small prints (usually in morning) to try and beget more selling - which doesn't seem to come.
I agree with other poster. It's kind of futile to do this, unless you really want to but more RGRX.
What does bumping up the closing share price really do? As far as I am concerncerned it is just a false sense of security. I cannot sell my shares for this price, so what is the point of thinking my shares are worth .08 when they are really worth .05-.06?
It cost $100 to bump up the end of day price, $90 for the 1000 shares and maybe $10 for the trade. But you know, that's not exactly legal. It is legal when the MMs bump down the price, which they do, and have been doing and will continue to do so But it is illegal for your angel to bump up the price. If he gets caught, o boy they will nail him to the wall. It is only legal to execute a trade because you want to buy the stock, not because you want influence the market price of the stock.
If asked, I hope the angel knows enough to say he always gets the best price last 20 minutes of the trading day - it is of course legal to try to get the best price of the day.
I gave this to JJ a while back and was told they were told to stop infringement by patent lawyers and then a while after that the soccer team had a scandal using tb4(in Australia), wonder where they got it from...Remember sno was saying they were only selling tb4 for research uses...Makes sense they did stop since then...check the dates all 2 years ago or more...
NIH is headquarted in Bethesda, Maryland right next to where RGRX office used to be and still only minutes away from both RGRX ans ST headquarters here in the US...What a small world...so when do you think they will release this news? Does JJ even know yet? Nice find Donk...
Are we certain this relates to RGRX, or are we just making the assumption based on the mention of Thymosin Beta-4?
Would be heartening to have affirmation that RGRX is involved here.
How'd ya' find that release, donk.....the money was granted last Friday. No word from RGRX about it. Sure would be nice if they did a small physician sponsored trial....in diabetics....but my hunch is it's probably not.....just pre clinical stuuf. Kudos to Henry ford for seeking out the grant:
"Today, the Department of Health and Human Services reached a decision to grant more than $318,000 to the Henry Ford Health System to research diabetes. The National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Disease authorized the funds for Diabetes, Endocrinology and Metabolic Research, the results of which could provide the opportunity to better aid diabetics in their recovery. Specifically, the grant project will focus its research on Thymosin Beta-4, a protein which promotes the recovery of peripheral neuropathy in Type II diabetics. "