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(ĕl′ē-ən, -ŏn′), Gertrude Belle 1918-1999.
American drug researcher. She shared a 1988 Nobel Prize for developing drugs to treat leukemia and gout.
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Elion acquired more than 1,000 acres in 2016, with the potential to house 11.4 million square feet of industrial distribution space.
Within this transaction, Elion and Buchanan have replicated their ongoing investment strategy, which focusses on investing in key assets at- or below- replacement cost with strong occupancy fundamentals in supply-constrained locations.
Elion Partners and Minneapolis-based Kraus-Anderson paid $12 million in 2014 to acquire the campus, which had been empty since State Farm left in 2005.
In the second consecutive transaction in their joint venture, Dalan and Elion acquired 102 multifamily units and 10 ground floor retail units with 115,046 in total square footage.
Wang Wenbiao, Chairman of ELION, who met with Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari earlier in Beijing during the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation (FOCAC) summit said the investment exploration in Nigeria followed the success of the FOCAC summit, in which China proposed green development as part of eight new initiatives to strengthen and broaden cooperation with Africa,and Elion just signed a MOU on ecological projects with Morocco government before his trip to Nigeria.
"Elion, as a leading Eco-company in China, has developed the internationally recognized Kubuqi Model, which combines the support of government policies and the investment of private sectors," said Wang Wen Biao, Chairman of Elion Group.
In 1952, Sloan Kettering's Rhoads was running clinical trials using Elion's drugs to treat leukemia.
A Netstal all-electric Elion 1200 (120 m.t.) will produce single-serve coffee capsules of PLA biopolymer (with PLA labels from Verstraete) in four cavities and in 6-7 sec, using robotics from Beck Automation, at whose booth the machine will be running.
Picard, B., Garcia, J.S., Gouriou, S., Duriez, P., Brahimi, N., Bingen, E., Elion, J.
Another name to remember is Gertrude Elion. In 1988, Elion was a Nobel Prize co-winner in medicine for her work on anti-cancer drugs.
(9.) Duriez P, Clermont O, Bonacorsi S, Bingen E, Chaventre A, Elion J, Picard B, Denamur E.