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Atrium given exclusive rights

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Atrium Innovations will be able to "accelerate its growth and development" in the U.S. following an American court ruling allowing the firm to sell enzyme-based supplement Wobenzym N in the country, the Canadian firm announces Nov. 15. Concurrently, Marlyn Neutraceuticals is ordered to stop using the Wobenzym N trademark and selling products under the brand name. Wobenzym N, a product intended to benefit the health of joints, muscles and tendons, was developed by German company Mucos, which Atrium acquired for $175 million in July 2007. At the time, the firm projected the purchase would accelerate its earnings by approximately $27 million (1"The Tan Sheet," July 23, 2007, In Brief). Annual European sales of Wobenzym N currently are more than $90 million...
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