Table of Contents
- 1 What happened to Ariad?
- 2 When did Takeda acquire Ariad?
- 3 What does Ariad mean?
- 4 What countries are arid?
- 5 Why does arid America exist?
- 6 Why is Western America arid?
- 7 Which US states are arid?
- 8 Why is the US Southwest so dry?
- 9 Who are ARIAD Pharmaceuticals and what do they do?
- 10 What are the Ariad drugs for lung cancer?
What happened to Ariad?
ARIAD engaged in the discovery, development, and commercialization of medicines for cancer patients….ARIAD Pharmaceuticals.
|Fate||Merged with Takeda Pharmaceuticals|
|Headquarters||Cambridge, MA, United States|
When did Takeda acquire Ariad?
February 16, 2017
On February 16, 2017, Takeda completed its acquisition of ARIAD through the merger of Kiku Merger Co., Inc.
What does Ariad mean?
|ARIAD||Allison Research Index of Art and Design|
|ARIAD||Association pour la Recherche et l’Information sur l’Aide au Développement (French: Association for Research and Information on Development Aid)|
What is the meaning of the term arid?
1 : excessively dry specifically : having insufficient rainfall to support agriculture an arid region. 2 : lacking in interest and life : jejune arid textbooks.
How much of the US is arid?
More than 30 percent of North America is comprised of arid or semi-arid lands, with about 40 percent of the continental United States at risk for desertification [source: U.N.].
What countries are arid?
The Sahara in North Africa, Saudi Arabia, large parts of Iran and Iraq, North-west India, California in the USA, South Africa and most of Australia are all in this zone.
Why does arid America exist?
The reason for this is the North Pacific high pressure system. This is a huge zone of high atmospheric pressure that is the characteristic weather pattern for the Pacific Ocean off the coast of North America. The North Pacific High pushes most precipitation toward the north.
Why is Western America arid?
The modern data also helped Seager and his colleagues understand why the line exists. Powell had correctly noted the western plains are dry in part because they lie in the rain shadow of the Rocky Mountains, which block moisture sweeping in from the Pacific Ocean.
Is arid the same as desert?
As adjectives the difference between arid and desert is that arid is very dry while desert is abandoned, deserted, or uninhabited; usually of a place.
What percentage of the US is arid?
Which US states are arid?
Driest States in America
Why is the US Southwest so dry?
Background. The American Southwest might evoke images of a hot, dry landscape—a land of rock, canyons, and deserts baked by the sun. Indeed, much of this region has low annual rainfall and seasonally high temperatures that contribute to its characteristic desert climate.
Who are ARIAD Pharmaceuticals and what do they do?
ARIAD Pharmaceuticals. ARIAD engaged in the discovery, development, and commercialization of medicines for cancer patients. ARIAD’s most prominent drug discoveries include Iclusig, designed for patients with all forms of Philadelphia chromosome-positive [Ph+] chronic myeloid leukemia (CML) or Ph+ acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL)…
When did the Takeda acquisition of ARIAD happen?
On February 16, 2017, Takeda completed its acquisition of ARIAD through the merger of Kiku Merger Co., Inc. with ARIAD without a vote of ARIAD’s shareholders pursuant to Section 251 (h) if the Delaware General Corporation Law. As a result of the merger, ARIAD became an indirect wholly owned subsidiary of Takeda.
How much did ARIAD get for the merger?
In connection with the merger, all ARIAD shares not purchased in the tender offer have been converted into the right to receive $24.00 per share in cash, without interest (less any required withholding taxes), the same amount paid for all shares validly tendered and not validly withdrawn in the tender offer.
What are the Ariad drugs for lung cancer?
ARIAD’s product pipeline includes brigatinib, an inhibitor of anaplastic lymphoma kinase [ALK] for treating ALK+ non-small cell lung cancer. This drug reported results of its registration trial at ASCO, June 6, 2016, with encouraging results, leading to approval in the U.S. in April 2017.