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The board of directors and controlling shareholders of Anesiva Inc. entered into an investment agreement where the company would pay controlling investors a 700 percent premium if the company changed hands, effectively killing any chance for a buyout, a shareholder derivative action claims in Delaware Chancery Court.

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