Issue #6 2014 – Digital edition

Posted: 5 January 2015 |

In Issue #6 2014: Polymerase Chain Reaction, Imaging, PAT in-depth focus, Screening in-depth focus, Microbiology Series and much more…

European Pharmaceutical Review - Issue 6 2014
  • EPR Issue #6 2014Polymerase Chain Reaction
    “The evolving field of PCR: which method will you choose?” asks Natalia Meanie of the European Institute of Oncology (IEO) and Manuela Vecchi, of the IEO and the FIRC Institute of Molecular Oncology
  • Imaging
    Imaging for decision-making in drug discovery and early development by Paul J. McCracken, PhD and Stephen Krause, PhD, from the Biomarkers and Personalized Medicine Unit of Eisai
  • In-depth focus: PAT
    Featuring articles from Prabir Basu, Pharmaceutical Manufacturing, OPEX and cGMP Consultant and CPhI Panel Member, and João A. Lopes of the University of Lisbon
  • In-depth focus: Screening
    Featuring articles from Peter McDonald and Anuradha Roy from the University of Kansas High Throughput Screening laboratory, Michelle Arkin and Jeff Neitz of UCSF’s Small Molecule Discovery Center, and Steve Ludbrooke, Rob Jepras and Gareth Wayne from GlaxoSmithKline
  • Microbiology Series
    Review of regulatory changes impacting on pharmaceutical microbiology by Tim Sandle, Bio Products Laboratory

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