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Aspirin reduces obesity-associated cancer risk

Industry news / 18 August 2015 / Victoria White

An international study of people with a family history of cancer has shown that a regular dose of aspirin reduces the long-term risk of the disease…

Stem Cells Supplement 2013

Stem Cells: In-depth focus 2013

Genomics, Issue 2 2013, Supplements / 17 April 2013 / Katharina Drews, James Adjaye, Annette Meeson, George E. Plopper

The promise held by induced pluripotent stem cells for research and regenerative medicine.
Workshop preview – Cell based assays for screening.
Cardiac stem cells.
Stem Cells Roundtable.

From data to knowledge through smart Process Analytical Technologies (PAT) and process systems engineering

Issue 6 2008, Past issues / 3 December 2008 /

Pharma-Chem and bio-pharma development and production are now being profoundly influenced by the FDA PAT1 initiative with spectroscopic instrumentation being increasingly applied, or at the very least explored in product and process development and for on-line real-time process applications. The issues related to robust spectroscopic data analysis and calibration modelling and maintenance becomes even more important if PAT is to be widely accepted and applied, especially for the large number of SMEs involved in supplying intermediates and APIs, and in pharmaceuticals manufacturing2.

 

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