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Innovative drugs are the lifeblood of pharmaceutical companies, but the cost of developing them is rising to unsustainable levels. Pharma executives are already saying that as the economy falters, they foresee bleak prospects and mergers unless their companies get more innovative drugs into ...
Simple, fast and cost effective alternative to electrophysiological hERG testing Uses fluorescence polarization rather than a radioligand method Results show great similarity to traditional hERG testing methods Introduction The potential for cardiotoxic side-effects continues to challenge ...
Recognizing and avoiding of false results
Immunoassays are bioanalytical methods based on antibodies. These include ELISA, EIA, RIA, Western blotting, protein arrays, lateral flow assays (immuno-chromatography), immunohistochemistry or immuno-PCR. Antibodies detect the substances (analytes) in immunoassays. This detection is always ...
Frost & Sullivan interview with Dr. Michael Kolb, Wyeth
Aparna Singh (AS), Program Manager with Frost & Sullivan’s Chemical Materials and Foods team caught up with Dr. Michael Kolb (Dr. MK) at Frost & Sullivan’s Opportunities in Lifescience Molecules: Global Partnership Summit 2006. This annual summit was held at Goa (India) from 21st -23rd May, ...
IntroductionPharmaceutical industry is constantly undergoing a change. In the past pharmaceuticals had a different strategy, companies use to build all the products internally and confine access to information or resources to third parties. The past situation is changing; in-house resources ...
The success of chromatography as a technique for separating biomolecules is inevitably linked to the introduction of the gel filtration medium SephadexTM by Pharmacia AB in 1959. The now classical paper by Porath and Flodin  not only described one of the most significant advances ever made ...