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29-Aug-2008 - Applied Biosystems (ABI) has developed a sequencing-based tool for gene expression analysis that can detect even minute amounts of previously unknown RNA transcripts.
29-Aug-2008 - Oxford Diffraction has launched a new dual wavelength X-ray diffractometer that promises to determine the structure of molecules in even the most challenging of crystal samples.
29-Aug-2008 - Hungarian researchers have developed a new bioinformatics tool that can identify and correct abnormal, incorrect and mispredicted protein annotations in public databases.
29-Aug-2008 - Japanese scientists have derived ‘embryonic’ stem cells from tissue taken from discarded human wisdom teeth, potentially bypassing the ethical dilemma of taking them from embryos.
28-Aug-2008 - Boehringer Ingelheim has formed a strategic production alliance with Chinese manufacturer Hisoar, significantly expanding its worldwide API network.
28-Aug-2008 - Codexis and Arch Pharmalabs’ expanded supply and development deal will see the latter produce APIs used in the manufacture of atorvastatin, principal component of Pfizer’s cholesterol buster Lipitor.
28-Aug-2008 - The Tel-Aviv District Court has found in favour of Sun Pharmaceuticals in its long running struggle to acquire Israeli drug and pharmaceutical ingredient maker Taro Pharmaceutical Industries.
27-Aug-2008 - A facility operated by fatty acid specialist Equateq on the island of Lewis in Scotland has met with UK good manufacturing practice (GMP) standards for the production of lipid-based APIs...
27-Aug-2008 - in-PharmaTechnologist.com presents its latest round-up of personnel changes in the pharmaceutical sector.
27-Aug-2008 - The FDA says that Sandoz, the generics arm of Swiss drug major Novartis, failed to validate manufacturing processes used to produce metoprolol succinate ER tablets at its plant in Wilson,...
26-Aug-2008 - Shire and Noven have voluntarily withdrawn batches of the ADHD drug Daytrana for the second time in 12 months due to ongoing problems with the product’s release liner.
26-Aug-2008 - Drug delivery specialist Eurand is to begin supplying its extended release formulation of cyclobenzaprine HCl to South Korea’s Daewoong Pharmaceuticals.
26-Aug-2008 - in-PharmaTechnologist.com’s latest round up of products launched in the pharmaceutical manufacturing sector includes new offerings from innovatis, Stäubli, GE and Sterilin.
26-Aug-2008 - NanoBio is believed to be on the verge of securing funding to continue developing its NanoStat drug delivery platform.
25-Aug-2008 - in-PharmaTechnologist.com’s periodic round-up of employment developments in the pharmaceutical manufacturing industry includes news on Abbott, Pfizer, Gilead and Clarcor.
25-Aug-2008 - The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has ordered the seizure of $74,000 worth of Xiadafil VIP tablets after SEI Pharmaceuticals refused to withdraw them from the market.
25-Aug-2008 - Researchers claim to have developed a drug delivery system capable of passing through the mucus barrier, which had previously been impenetrable to therapeutics.
22-Aug-2008 - Stemcell Technologies has launched a new well plate that promises to enable researchers to improve the process of differentiating stem cells into mature cell lines.
22-Aug-2008 - Agilent recorded strong third quarter revenue growth for its Bio-Analytical segment, which was tempered by the stagnation of income from its Electronic Measurement division.
22-Aug-2008 - US researchers have developed a new technique that has enabled them to determine the structure of membrane proteins without having to first crystallise the samples.
22-Aug-2008 - Bruker’s X-ray diffraction (XRD) division, Bruker AXS, has agreed to buy German atomic force microscope (AFM) manufacturer S.I.S. Surface Imaging Systems.
21-Aug-2008 - OIMBL’s PharmaSense is a versatile MRI tool that allows drugmakers to assess tablet dynamics and potentially improve API delivery, according to company managing director Frank Trundle.
21-Aug-2008 - Evaluating the sugars used to stabilise proteins will be faster, cheaper and more efficient thanks to new technology, claim researchers.
21-Aug-2008 - US-based biotech ArmaGen Technologies has received funding from the Michael J Fox Foundation (MJFF) for the development of its drug delivery technology.
20-Aug-2008 - People employed in the pharmaceutical industry in New Jersey, USA fell by one per cent in 2007, according to a report by the HealthCare Institute of New Jersey (HINJ).
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