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Drug companies continued to lead the list of most-searched stocks.
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Drug companies continued to lead the list of the most-searched stocks on

TheStreet.com

Friday.

Dendreon

(DNDN)

is first on the list after the company presented

positive results

for its prostate cancer drug, Provenge. The company will seek FDA approval for its cancer "vaccine" in the fourth quarter.

Next is

Cell Therapeutics

(CTIC) - Get Report

, which develops and commercializes cancer-treatment products. This penny stock was soaring more than 20%.

Sequenom

(SQNM)

stayed on the list after the company said that data for its prenatal Down syndrome genetic

test was unreliable

. The stock was bouncing back 13% today after Thursday's massive selloff.

The last biotech name on the list is

Novavax

(NVAX) - Get Report

, which owns technology for making vaccines. Stock was selling off today as

swine flu fears

receded.

Let's jump to banks.

Citigroup

(C) - Get Report

and

Bank of America

(BAC) - Get Report

make the list after the

Federal Reserve

said it may

delay the results

of the stress tests on the biggest national banks.

Citi also said Friday that it will sell its

Nikko Cordial unit

to

Sumitomo Mitsui

for $5.6 billion.

General Electric

(GE) - Get Report

is up. Cramer is buying this stock as an industrial play for his

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Next is

Ford

(F) - Get Report

. Auto sales dropped 31.5% in April, but the car company continued to steal market share from its competitors,

General Motors

(GM) - Get Report

and

Chrysler

.

Energy bigwig

BP

(BP) - Get Report

also makes the list.

BP's earnings beat

analysts' estimates even though its profit fell 64%.

Apple

(AAPL) - Get Report

rounds out the top-10 list after Cramer gave it a thumbs up on

Mad Money

. He praised Apple for strong sales, low costs and top-line growth.

Alix joined TheStreet.com TV in February 2007. Previously, she held positions in film and theater production, management, and legal administration. Alix has a degree in communications and theater from Northwestern University.