Hypnion was acquired by Eli Lilly on March 5, 2007
life science Company

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Hypnion, Inc.

500 Patriot Way,
Lexington, Massachusetts 02421
United States,
(781) 778-0300
www.hypnion.com

Hypnion is a biotech company that researches and develops sleep disorder therapies. The company was set up in 2000 by a number of authoritative names in the field of sleep disorder research. It owns the rights to SCORE- 2004™, a method for testing drugs used to treat sleep and waking disorders, which allows quick and accurate measurement of the impact of a particular drug on a broad range of sleep and waking parameters.

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Hypnion was acquired by Eli Lilly on March 5, 2007.

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