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pivotal

(piv′ŏt-ăl)
1. Pert. to a pivot
2. Of central importance; said, e.g., of a drug or treatment.
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MAESTRO-01 Trial The MAESTRO-01 pivotal phase II/III, multi-center, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial is currently being conducted at more than 50 sites across Canada and Europe and will enroll approximately 550 patients who will be administered either MBP8298 or placebo intravenously every six months for a period of two years.
Meanwhile, Onyx Software Corp has not been deflected from its pursuit of Pivotal by the appearance of CDC's bid, and maintains that its "open proposal to acquire Pivotal remains superior to all public offers.
Pivotal is also working with Intel Solution Services on technology initiatives that will take advantage of the latest Intel Architecture features on processors such as the Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 and Intel(R) Itanium(TM).
According to Norm Francis, president and CEO, Pivotal, "HP will accelerate the adoption of the Pivotal Demand Chain Network solution suite across EMEA.