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The Biopharmaceutical Manufacturing Survey

A Pharmaceutical Technology report looks at trends in biopharmaceutical manufacturing. This article contains bonus online-exclusive material.
Jul 2, 2009

A Pharmaceutical Technology report looks at trends in biopharmaceutical manufacturing. This article contains bonus online-exclusive material.

Truth and Transparency

Misleading the public about their investments—be it money or medicine—is unacceptable.
Jun 2, 2009

Misleading the public about their investments—be it money or medicine—is unacceptable.

Easing the Bottleneck

Manufacturers of therapeutic monoclonal antibodies consider new paradigms in purification technologies.
May 2, 2009

Manufacturers of therapeutic monoclonal antibodies consider new paradigms in purification technologies.

Parallel Tracks

Obama's cost-containment and science-innovation initiatives need to overlap.
Apr 2, 2009

Obama's cost-containment and science-innovation initiatives need to overlap.

Coming Down the Pike: Treating Epilepsy

Mar 2, 2009

Scientists studying epilepsy have traditionally focused on the comings and goings of ions through molecular channels in nerve cells, and many current antiseizure therapies seek to modulate that dynamic.

Whither FDA?

FDA's role should not be overlooked as it has been in years past.
Feb 2, 2009

FDA's role should not be overlooked as it has been in years past.

A New Start for New Cells

The incoming administration has renewed hope for stem cells, but less adequate copycats may follow.
Jan 2, 2009

The incoming administration has renewed hope for stem cells, but less adequate copycats may follow.

A Tale of Two Pharmaceutical Industries

China's quality approach to domestic versus exported products seems to be a lose-lose situation.
Dec 2, 2008

China's quality approach to domestic versus exported products seems to be a lose-lose situation.

Coming Down the Pike: Chaperones

Nov 2, 2008

Molecules called "chaperones" facilitate correct protein folding.

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