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cobra
post Posted: May 7 2007, 10:15 AM
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having a nice little run at moment-40c gone.keep going north pyc

 
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In reply to: Thompsjz69 on Sunday 06/05/07 10:15am

With an indicitive opening of .40 cps that would give PYC a market capitalisation (undiluted) of $48,644,634.

Cheers.

 
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In reply to: cobra on Monday 07/05/07 09:08am

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I wonder if a partner is lined up.


Which is why an ex-Pfizer man has joined the board.

The big question is Citi's 10%. A blocking stake or just sound investment?



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cobra
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In reply to: Thompsjz69 on Sunday 06/05/07 09:33pm


Thompsjz69 report says if I;am not mistaken

"peptide pyc36s is for strpeptide pyc36s is for stroke, this is now/ nearly ready for a company to take it to the next stage. The company that takes pyc36s has to purchase it and pay royalties !!
I wonder if a partner is lined up.Yeap,will be interesting week ph34r.gif

 
Thompsjz69
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In reply to: cobra on Sunday 06/05/07 08:09pm

1 Billion isn't out of the question, so fingers crossed, they did have a grand debut last year.
I've always treated htis stock as a bottom drawer set and forget for down the track, hopefully we're headed down that path sooner rather than later.
Good prospects, just need to get them to fruition. Lets see what the week brings.

 
cobra
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In reply to: Thompsjz69 on Sunday 06/05/07 10:15am

thompsjz69 fair comment--with the library pyc has why not a $1billion. icon14.gif
i certainly hope it keeps going north.pyc was once so loved wub.gif

 

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cobra
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In reply to: crookers on Saturday 05/05/07 08:40pm

crookers--out-licensing generally means there is a need for a corporate partner.That partner would have a sales team within a marketing dept which could drive the product
on a commercial basis.i suspect that partner would also have some regulatory expertise .
this begs the question regarding bottom line --would there be eg royalty payments.how does johnson&johnson exactly fit in as a large pharma with commercial tools availed to it.
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In reply to: cobra on Saturday 05/05/07 08:29pm

What's the PYC current market cap? 35mill?

What's the potential if bought out by a major pharma co.?
400Mill++? depending on how many commercial applications their phylomers will generate??



 
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wow - PYC has a very nice short term chart. i hold some options. They are pretty underwater for me at the moment, but they did manage to go up 62.5% on Friday.

They are still priced at a discount to PYC. The options are priced at 13c and need 25c paid to turn them into a full share by end aug 2007. PYC is trading at 39.5c.
Twelve months ago PYC was the stock market's favourite biotech; yet in teh last twelve months the market has hated it - not sure why.

It looks like it might be making a comeback now.

Cheers Anne

 
crookers
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Cobra/panaguna I am not sure what is actually meant by out licensed and as such am not sure of the potential benefits. would appreciate your input. not high up in biotechs but 50% underwater in this my only investment thanks

 
 


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