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  • assetmanagement65 assetmanagement65 Jan 11, 2014 4:19 PM Flag

    Salim Chamdia ( ex BGMO officer ) you are nothing more then a two bit conman. BGMO is going to acquire 70% of VSTA. All the whining in the world is not going to change the out come.

    Salim Chamdia get a life

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    New 8-K filling by VSTA

    by assetmanagement65 Jan 8, 2014 10:54 AM
    assetmanagement65 assetmanagement65 Jan 11, 2014 4:18 PM Flag

    Shawn K. Singh, VistaGen's Chief Executive Officer, stated, "I met with Autilion's team earlier this week, and we have been working closely with them since signing our agreement in April. We are confident and excited about completing this transformative financing. Building on the positive developments in our labs presented during the Annual Meetings of the Society of Toxicology and International Society of Stem Cell Research in March and this month, respectively, we look forward to accelerating our lead programs towards valuable outcomes for our shareholders."

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    HSBC USD 1,000,000,000,00

    by assetmanagement65 Oct 16, 2013 5:34 PM
    assetmanagement65 assetmanagement65 Jan 11, 2014 4:18 PM Flag

    Bergamo Acquisition is based in Henderson, Nevada, and has affiliated offices in Europe and Asia. BGMO relies on its deep network within the global institutional investment and banking industries to source opportunities. BGMO has taken a 60% interest in Bergamo Energy Inc. of Miami, FL, a provider of solar energy technologies to sovereign and corporate customers in the Asian markets. In order to enhance disclosure and investor interest, BGMO has engaged the accounting firm of L.L. Bradford, based in Las Vegas, Nevada, to audit its financial records.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    HSBC USD 1,000,000,000,00

    by assetmanagement65 Oct 16, 2013 5:34 PM
    assetmanagement65 assetmanagement65 Jan 11, 2014 4:17 PM Flag

    Bergamo Acquisition is based in Henderson, Nevada, and has affiliated offices in Europe and Asia. BGMO relies on its deep network within the global institutional investment and banking industries to source opportunities. BGMO has taken a 60% interest in Bergamo Energy Inc. of Miami, FL, a provider of solar energy technologies to sovereign and corporate customers in the Asian markets. In order to enhance disclosure and investor interest, BGMO has engaged the accounting firm of L.L. Bradford, based in Las Vegas, Nevada, to audit its financial records.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • assetmanagement65 assetmanagement65 Jan 11, 2014 4:16 PM Flag

    SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, CA (August 20, 2009) — VistaGen Therapeutics has named Shawn K. Singh as Chief Executive Officer. Mr. Singh was Managing Principal of Cato BioVentures, one of VistaGen’s largest institutional investors, and the Company’s President (part-time). Mr. Singh also served as Chief Business Officer, President, CEO or Chairman of five different biopharmaceutical companies, as well as CBO and General Counsel of Cato Research Ltd., a global contract research and development organization. Ralph Snodgrass, PhD, VistaGen’s founder and former CEO, will continue to serve as President and Chief Scientific Officer. Both Dr. Snodgrass and Mr. Singh are members of VistaGen’s Board of Directors.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • VistaGen's drug rescue activities combine its human pluripotent stem cell technology platform, Human Clinical Trials in a Test Tube(TM), with modern medicinal chemistry to generate novel, safer chemical variants (Drug Rescue Variants) of once-promising small molecule drug candidates. These are drug candidates discontinued by pharmaceutical companies, the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH) or university laboratories, after substantial investment in discovery and development, due to heart or liver toxicity or metabolism issues. VistaGen uses its pluripotent stem cell technology to generate early indications, or predictions, of how humans will ultimately respond to new drug candidates before they are ever tested in humans, bringing human biology to the front end of the drug development process.

    VistaGen's small molecule prodrug candidate, AV-101, has completed Phase 1 development for treatment of neuropathic pain. Neuropathic pain, a serious and chronic condition causing pain after an injury or disease of the peripheral or central nervous system, affects millions of people worldwide.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • VSTA Management Guides Company Advancement with Broad Range of Industry Expertise

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • California based VistaGen Therapeutics, a biotech company focused on using their proprietary pluripotent stem cell technology for superior predictive toxicology and drug metabolism screening, is aggressively pursuing an innovative drug development path with unusually high profit potential. The company intends to identify once-promising small molecule drug candidates on which large amounts of research and development money has already been spent, but which have been discontinued and “shelved” due to unexpected safety concerns relating to heart or liver toxicity. The company’s one-of-a-kind bioassay platform, called Human Clinical Trials in a Test Tube, allows highly cost effective toxicity testing for heart and liver cells right in the laboratory, offering a unique way to quickly test and modify drug candidates, maintaining drug efficacy while eliminating toxicity.

    VistaGen’s strategy leverages their developing stem cell technology based bioassay systems, CardioSafe 3D™ and LiverSafe 3D™, as well as their network of strategic relationships, and substantial prior third-party investment in drug discovery and development

    The company’s approach is buoyed by the ongoing drug discovery and development crisis being experienced by the U.S. pharmaceutical industry. Last year, in spite of a $49 billion R&D investment by the pharmaceutical industry, the FDA’s Center for Drug Evaluation and Research approved only 39 novel NME (New Molecular Entity) drugs. Since 2003, the FDA has approved an average of only 26 NME’s annually. The high cost of drug development, coupled with this very low approval rate, means that such drug failures are a serious economic drain on the industry, and a potential economic catastrophe for the developing company.

    A big part of the problem comes from known limitations of the industry’s current toxicological testing methodology, which relies primarily on animal models, transformed cell lines, or human cadaver cells. It’s an approach that can only ap

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • VistaGen Therapeutics employs the expertise of company co-founder and renowned Canadian stem cell scientist Dr. Gordon Keller, as well as co-founder, president, and chief scientific officer Dr. Ralph Snodgrass.

    Human Clinical Trials in a Test Tube™, the company’s human pluripotent stem cell (hPSC) technology platform, was developed using a combination of proprietary and exclusively licensed hPSC technologies, including those originating from two decades of research by Drs. Keller and Snodgrass.

    The platform’s underlying technologies enable controlled differentiation of hPSCs into mature human cells specific to VistaGen’s current and potential predictive toxicology, drug metabolism, drug rescue, and regenerative cell therapy programs and commercial programs.

    Utilizing these technologies, VistaGen is currently developing CardioSafe 3D™, a novel biological assay system that uses mature human heart cells derived from hPSCs to screen for heart toxicity in connection with the company’s drug rescue activities; LiverSafe 3D™, for predicting liver toxicity and metabolism issues in connection with the company’s drug rescue activities; and AV-101, a novel, orally available prodrug candidate focused on the treatment of neuropathic pain, depression, and potentially other neurological conditions.

    VistaGen’s overarching goal is to combine its hPSC technology with medicinal chemistry to generate new, proprietary, chemical variants of small molecule drug candidates that were shelved due to unexpected heart or liver safety concerns.

    The company believes its Human Clinical Trials in a Test Tube™ platform enables a more rapid and precise safety profile of drug rescue variants, allowing the company to generate a pipeline of drug rescue variants that it will license or sell to biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies that can further develop the products and bring them to market.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • VistaGen Therapeutics is applying its innovative stem cell technologies in two separate but related fields. On the one hand, the company has developed one of the most important new approaches to the field of drug testing in decades, the use of stem cells to create their proprietary Human Clinical Trials in a Test Tube bioassay platform, which is designed to avoid the extensive time and expense involved in animal or other traditional tests. But VistaGen is also exploring a number of opportunities in the field of regenerative cell therapy, focused on blood, cartilage, heart, liver, and pancreas cells, each based on the proprietary stem cell differentiation and production capabilities of the company’s testing platform.

    VistaGen’s stem cell based drug testing technology has resulted in CardioSafe 3D, a three-dimensional in vitro bioassay system for accurately assessing toxic (as well as non-toxic) effects of small-molecule drug candidates on human heart tissue. They are also finalizing the development of LiverSafe 3D, offering early and cost effective drug effect testing for the liver. VistaGen’s primary near-term goal for their testing technology is to use CardioSafe 3D, and eventually LiverSafe 3D, for drug rescue, to recapture substantial potential value associated with the pharmaceutical industry’s prior investment in drug discovery and development, involving once-promising small molecule drug candidates that were discontinued due to safety issues related to unexpected heart or liver toxicity or drug metabolism issues.

    On the regenerative cell therapy side of things, VistaGen has developed AV-101, an orally available small molecule prodrug candidate, aimed at the needs of the multi-billion dollar neurological disease and disorders market. AV-101 has successfully completed Phase I development in the U.S. for treatment of neuropathic pain, a serious and chronic condition causing pain after an injury or disease of the peripheral or central nervous system. Neuropath

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Biotechnology company VistaGen Therapeutics is engaged in applying human pluripotent stem cell technology for drug rescue, predictive toxicology, and drug metabolism screening. The company’s innovations are advancing drug development by predicting toxicity and other human response to new drug candidates long before they are ever tested in humans, thereby bringing human biology to the forefront of drug development.

    VistaGen’s human pluripotent stem cell-based bioassay systems more closely emulate human biology than any of the conventional animal studies and other nonclinical techniques and technologies currently being used in drug development. The company believes its technology is the answer to the drug discovery and development crisis faced by U.S. pharmaceutical companies today.

    Though billions of dollars are invested by the U.S. pharmaceutical industry each year for research and development, a relatively low number of novel drugs, known as new molecular entities (NMEs), are ultimately approved by the FDA. This is due in large part to unexpected heart and liver toxicity and metabolism issues. These unforeseen issues, the company believes, are often the result of the limitations of major toxicological testing systems currently being used in the pharmaceutical industry – namely animals and cellular assays that are based on transformed cell lines and human cadaver cells. VistaGen believes better cells make better bioassay systems – and VistaGen has better cells.

    Human Clinical Trials in a Test Tube, VistaGen’s versatile stem cell technology platform, has been developed to give clinically relevant predictions of the potential toxicity of promising new drug candidates before the drugs ever reach human trials. Developed using pluripotent stem cell-derived human heart cells, the company’s CardioSafe 3D, a novel three-dimensional bioassay system, predicts the in vivo cardiac effects of new drug candidates prior to human testing. Also being developed is LiverSafe 3D,

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • assetmanagement65 assetmanagement65 Jan 11, 2014 2:18 PM Flag

    Salim Chamdia have you heard Shawn K. Singh, Chief Executive Officer VistaGen Therapeutics, tell investors about the multi billion dollar potential of VSTA. Just press play and see why BGMO management and shareholders are so excited about the acquisition of VSTA

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    New 8-K filling by VSTA

    by assetmanagement65 Jan 8, 2014 10:54 AM
    assetmanagement65 assetmanagement65 Jan 11, 2014 2:17 PM Flag

    Knowing the TRUTH about Vistagen/Bergamo. Why it's Undervalued?

    Be very proud:
    Mr. Singh began his career as a corporate finance attorney in the Silicon Valley offices of Morrison & Foerster LLP, an international law firm.

    What Mr. Singh, a former investment banker knows and sees in Bergamo Acquistion:

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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    HSBC USD 1,000,000,000,00

    by assetmanagement65 Oct 16, 2013 5:34 PM
    assetmanagement65 assetmanagement65 Jan 11, 2014 2:16 PM Flag

    Bergamo Acquisition Corp. Board of Directors are currently in the process of updating the financial compliance's with OTC markets and various related authorities by also submitting the relevant documents attesting to the authenticity of all the previous announcements on the OTC markets.

    The senior management of the company is presently visiting their subsidiaries abroad in order to make the final financial arrangements connected with its previous announcements.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Seasoned Biotech Executive to Lead VistaGen’s Stem Cell-based Clinical Trials in a Test TubeTM Platform Focused on Transforming the Way New Drugs Are Discovered and Developed

    SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, CA (August 20, 2009) — VistaGen Therapeutics has named Shawn K. Singh as Chief Executive Officer. Mr. Singh was Managing Principal of Cato BioVentures, one of VistaGen’s largest institutional investors, and the Company’s President (part-time). Mr. Singh also served as Chief Business Officer, President, CEO or Chairman of five different biopharmaceutical companies, as well as CBO and General Counsel of Cato Research Ltd., a global contract research and development organization. Ralph Snodgrass, PhD, VistaGen’s founder and former CEO, will continue to serve as President and Chief Scientific Officer. Both Dr. Snodgrass and Mr. Singh are members of VistaGen’s Board of Directors.

    VistaGen is one of the leading companies worldwide focused on using the power of stem cell technologies to transform the way new medicines are discovered and developed. The Company’s internal programs are focused on discovery and development of next generation drugs to treat Alzheimer’s, cancer and diabetes.
    “VistaGen is a dynamic company marked by visionary technology, a rich history of innovation and a remarkable ability to navigate through intense economic and political headwinds without veering off course,” said Shawn Singh. “We believe better human response information can lead to better medicine. By using our Clinical Trials in a Test TubeTM platform to focus on how new drugs work in the body and how they interact with people with specific genetic differences, we are confident that our founding vision can become a medical reality.” He added, “I am honored to have the opportunity to lead a team so passionately focused on commercializing science that will make a difference.”

    “I have worked with Shawn for eight years, and I strongly support both his appointment as CEO and my new role as Presid

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • to accelerate and expand its stem cell technology-based drug rescue programs. Using its innovative CardioSafe(TM) 3D and LiverSafe(TM) 3D bioassay systems and modern medicinal chemistry, the Company is focused on generating new, safer, proprietary variants (Drug Rescue Variants) of once-promising small molecule drug candidates discontinued in development by large pharmaceutical companies due to heart or liver safety issues. In collaboration with co-founder and renowned stem cell research scientist, Dr. Gordon Keller, as well as long-term strategic partner, the University Health Network in Toronto, and several other leading academic and corporate collaborators, VistaGen also plans to advance new pilot nonclinical regenerative cell therapy programs and certain other emerging commercial opportunities related to its Human Clinical Trials in a Test Tube(TM) platform.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • for drug rescue, predictive toxicology and drug metabolism screening. VistaGen's drug rescue activities combine its human pluripotent stem cell technology platform, Human Clinical Trials in a Test Tube(TM), with modern medicinal chemistry to generate novel, safer chemical variants (Drug Rescue Variants) of once-promising small molecule drug candidates. These are drug candidates discontinued by pharmaceutical companies, the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH) or university laboratories, after substantial investment in discovery and development, due to heart or liver toxicity or metabolism issues. VistaGen uses its pluripotent stem cell technology to generate early indications, or predictions, of how humans will ultimately respond to new drug candidates before they are ever tested in humans, bringing human biology to the front end of the drug development process.

    VistaGen's small molecule prodrug candidate, AV-101, has completed Phase 1 development for treatment of neuropathic pain. Neuropathic pain, a serious and chronic condition causing pain after an injury or disease of the peripheral or central nervous system, affects millions of people worldwide.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • VistaGen Therapeutics has developed a versatile human pluripotent stem cell (hPSC) technology platform based on the controlled differentiation of hPSCs into mature, non-transformed, human cells. The company’s goal is to integrate this hPSC technology with modern medicinal chemistry to create a diverse drug pipeline consisting of new, proprietary, small molecule variants (Drug Rescue Variants) of once-promising drug candidates.

    At the forefront of operations is CEO Shawn K. Singh, J.D., who has more than 20 years of experience working with successful public and private biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies, a life sciences venture capital firm, and a profitable contract research and development organization (CRO).

    H. Ralph Snodgrass, Ph.D., founder and former CEO of VistaGen, is the company’s chief scientific officer. He has more than 18 years of experience in senior biotechnology management and, among other achievements, is a published and recognized pioneering expert in stem cell biology with more than 20 years of experience using stem cells as biological tools for drug discovery and development.

    Jerrold D. Dotson provides financial direction for VistaGen as the company’s chief financial officer. His background covers a broad base of financial experience, including holding various positions in the finance and administration department of Calypte Biomedical Corp., including his last position as vice president of finance and administration and corporate secretary, California & Hawaiian Sugar Company, and The Clorox Company.

    Vice president of corporate development, A. Franklin Rice, MBA, joined VistaGen in 1999. He has been employed in the biotechnology industry since 1988, previously serving as senior director of business development at Genencor International and vice president of biotechnology and pharmaceuticals for Bechtel Group where he was responsible for global sales and marketing of consulting services to biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • California based VistaGen Therapeutics, a biotech company focused on using their proprietary pluripotent stem cell technology for superior predictive toxicology and drug metabolism screening, is aggressively pursuing an innovative drug development path with unusually high profit potential. The company intends to identify once-promising small molecule drug candidates on which large amounts of research and development money has already been spent, but which have been discontinued and “shelved” due to unexpected safety concerns relating to heart or liver toxicity. The company’s one-of-a-kind bioassay platform, called Human Clinical Trials in a Test Tube, allows highly cost effective toxicity testing for heart and liver cells right in the laboratory, offering a unique way to quickly test and modify drug candidates, maintaining drug efficacy while eliminating toxicity.

    VistaGen’s strategy leverages their developing stem cell technology based bioassay systems, CardioSafe 3D™ and LiverSafe 3D™, as well as their network of strategic relationships, and substantial prior third-party investment in drug discovery and development

    The company’s approach is buoyed by the ongoing drug discovery and development crisis being experienced by the U.S. pharmaceutical industry. Last year, in spite of a $49 billion R&D investment by the pharmaceutical industry, the FDA’s Center for Drug Evaluation and Research approved only 39 novel NME (New Molecular Entity) drugs. Since 2003, the FDA has approved an average of only 26 NME’s annually. The high cost of drug development, coupled with this very low approval rate, means that such drug failures are a serious economic drain on the industry, and a potential economic catastrophe for the developing company.

    A big part of the problem comes from known limitations of the industry’s current toxicological testing methodology, which relies primarily on animal models, transformed cell lines, or human cadaver cells. It’s an approach that can only a

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • VistaGen Therapeutics is applying its innovative stem cell technologies in two separate but related fields. On the one hand, the company has developed one of the most important new approaches to the field of drug testing in decades, the use of stem cells to create their proprietary Human Clinical Trials in a Test Tube bioassay platform, which is designed to avoid the extensive time and expense involved in animal or other traditional tests. But VistaGen is also exploring a number of opportunities in the field of regenerative cell therapy, focused on blood, cartilage, heart, liver, and pancreas cells, each based on the proprietary stem cell differentiation and production capabilities of the company’s testing platform.

    VistaGen’s stem cell based drug testing technology has resulted in CardioSafe 3D, a three-dimensional in vitro bioassay system for accurately assessing toxic (as well as non-toxic) effects of small-molecule drug candidates on human heart tissue. They are also finalizing the development of LiverSafe 3D, offering early and cost effective drug effect testing for the liver. VistaGen’s primary near-term goal for their testing technology is to use CardioSafe 3D, and eventually LiverSafe 3D, for drug rescue, to recapture substantial potential value associated with the pharmaceutical industry’s prior investment in drug discovery and development, involving once-promising small molecule drug candidates that were discontinued due to safety issues related to unexpected heart or liver toxicity or drug metabolism issues.

    On the regenerative cell therapy side of things, VistaGen has developed AV-101, an orally available small molecule prodrug candidate, aimed at the needs of the multi-billion dollar neurological disease and disorders market. AV-101 has successfully completed Phase I development in the U.S. for treatment of neuropathic pain, a serious and chronic condition causing pain after an injury or disease of the peripheral or central nervous system. Neuropath

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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