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The algae-derived NasitrolTM nasal spray reduced the incidence of COVID-19 in intensive care unit (ICU) workers to one percent in a clinical trial.
Researchers have developed a new generation of microneedle technology which allows for the intradermal delivery of living cells in a minimally invasive manner.
The final results from the Phase I trial show treatment with Ampion™ reduced all-cause mortality by almost 80 percent in COVID-19 patients with respiratory distress.
Nanoparticles for drug delivery: next-generation biological drugs to treat inflammatory bowel diseases
Nanoparticles offer a promising alternative to conventional drug delivery that allow for more precise targeting and controlled release. Here, Dr Fabrice Navarro discusses the benefits of these nanocarriers and their potential as a therapy for inflammatory bowel diseases (IBDs).
In light of the increased popularity of cannabis vaping in the United States, new regulations in the state of Colorado assert the need to test for heavy metal contaminants. Here, Robert Thomas explains the reasons for this pressing need and the challenges it presents.
In this in-depth focus, experts discuss why nanoparticles are a promising alternative for delivering inflammatory bowel disease therapies and highlight the potential of antibody-drug conjugates to advance oncology treatment.
The lowest dose of the gene therapy was shown to be safe and somewhat improved vision in the first three patients treated in the trial.
European Pharmaceutical Review's latest journal features articles discussing the challenges and potential of antibody-drug conjugates, innovations in cleanroom infrastructure and why we need to test for heavy metal contaminants in cannabis vaping aerosols. Also in the issue, an exploration of how risk-sharing strategies could help expedite access to COVID-19 vaccines,…
Continuous wet granulation and drying have long been a hot topic in pharmaceutical manufacturing. The QbCon® 1 system solves all existing problems.
This paper takes a closer look at plastic storage bags for bioprocesses focusing on a shift from multilayer to single-layer storage solutions.
MIT researchers developed and tested in mice intratracheal vaccines to protect against the vaccinia virus and the formation of lung cancer.
The LLT-BMT1 drug releasing contact lens was safe, well tolerated and may have reduced the incidence of hyperaemia in an early glaucoma trial.
The first-in-human trial showed VS-01 is safe and generated improvements in selected biomarkers and clinical cognitive tests in patients with decompensated liver cirrhosis.
The novel microneedle array uses electroosmotic flow and a series of interconnected micropores to deliver large molecules or extract of fluid samples.