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Approximately one third of the increase is due to adding the public company infrastructure of Vitex as a result of the merger.
Vitex provides fiber optic solutions for telecom, datacom and video transmission applications.
We saw an opportunity," said Vitex President Andy Curland, who originally joined the company in 2002 as sales manager.
Once again VITEX is giving color to sustainability," he added.
The Premenstrual syndrome (PMS): effectiveness of Vitex agnus-castus.
Although the agricultural sector suffered from the economic crisis, the fodder yeast VITEX maintained its market position, and remains an important ingredient in domestic animal and livestock feed.
Vitex negundo (VN) Linn, belonging to the genus Vitex (Verbenaceae), is a small aromatic plant with typical five foliolate leave pattern that flourishes abundantly in wastelands and widely distributed in tropical to temperate regions, native of South Asia, China, Indonesia and the Philippines, up to an altitude of 1500 m.
Samuel Ackerman, Chairman and CEO of Vitex commented, "John made numerous important contributions to Vitex under his leadership as President and CEO, most recently and notably the pivotal role he played, on behalf of Vitex, in negotiating and closing the transformational merger with Panacos Pharmaceuticals.
He is based at the Suffolk, Virginia facility and reports directly to Eli Carmeli, president of Vitex Packaging Group.
Herbalists have long recommended the dried fruit of vitex agnus-castus for female hormonal and reproductive disorders.
Zuess reports that a good alternative is vitex (Vitex agnus castus).
The team examined dang gui (Angelica sinensis), a plant used in Chinese medicine as a female tonic; hops (Humulus lupulus), a familiar ingredient in beer; vitex (Vitex angus-castus), a Mediterranean plant used to relieve menopausal symptoms; black cohosh (Cimicifuga racemosa), a plant that Native Americans relied on as a cure for menopausal symptoms; blue cohosh (Caulophyllum thalictroides), a plant also used by Native Americans; and licorice root (Glycyrrhiza uralensis), the flavoring of the candy by the same name, now taken in the Netherlands as a female tonic.