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Articles by Laura Bush

From the Editor: The Industry's Disposition Toward Disposables

Mar 1, 2007

Disposables are no longer a mistrusted new technology; they're seen as a potential solution to everyday problems.

From the Editor: Cloning and Biotech Progress

Feb 1, 2007

The recent FDA decision that meat from cloned animals is safe for human consumption seems logical enough. A protein is a protein. But even if we can eat such meat, it doesn't necessarily make economic or ecological sense to do so.

From the Editor: Aggregate Knowledge

Jan 1, 2007

Given the complexity involved in the causes, mechanisms, and kinetics of protein aggregation, industry leaders and academics should continue to share knowledge and experience in this area.

Baxter Will Apply Lipoxen Technology to Improve Blood-Clotting Factors

Dec 20, 2006

Lipoxen PLC (London, UK, www.lipoxen.co.uk) has agreed to license its "PolyXen" drug delivery technology to Baxter International Inc. (Deerfield, IL, www.baxter.com) to develop improved, longer-acting forms of Baxter's blood-clotting factors, such as Factor VIII.

From the Editor: The Stem Cell Vote

Dec 1, 2006

In various races in the November elections, voters supported stem cell research. Now, will they prepared to fund it?

Generex Biotechnology Receives Australian Patent for Buccal Delivery System for Insulin

Nov 29, 2006

Generex Biotechnology Corporation (Toronto, Canada, www.generex.com) has received an Australian patent for its micellar system for delivering macromolecules through the buccal lining.

Simulation Technology Improves Clone Selection and Cell Culture Process Development

Nov 29, 2006

Invitrogen (San Diego, CA, www.invitrogen.com) believes that scaledown technologies can significantly improve clone selection and cell culture media development.

From the Editor: We All Need Quality Systems Even at the Cellular Level

Nov 1, 2006

Whether it's for manufacturing drugs, characterizing cell substrates, or regulating new technology, quality systems provide a needed framework.

Manufacturing Quality-Systems Guidance Spurs Improvement

Oct 26, 2006

The US Food and Drug Administration says the final version of "Quality Systems Approaches to Pharmaceutical Good Manufacturing Practice (cGMP) Regulations," issued September 29, will help manufacturers maintain consistent high quality while allowing them to make technological improvements more easily.

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