BioPharm International, April 2008 - BioPharm International

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BioPharm International, April 2008
Features
Leveraging Fermentation Heat Transfer Data to Better Understand Metabolic Activity
By Mark Berge , Swapnil Bhargava , Radu Georgescu , Xiaoming (Jerry) Yang
A simple method to leverage fermentation heat transfer data.
Filter Clogging Issues in Sterile Filtration
By Ashutosh Sharma , Sean Anderson , Anurag S. Rathore, PhD
A case study investigated the root cause of failures in sterile filtration by evaluating the effects and interactions of four operating parameters.
Biopharmaceuticals in India: Evolving from Generics to Innovator Drugs
By Rakhi Rashmi
The new patent regime is challenging the Indian biopharm industry to transition from generics to novel products.
Columns and Departments
Understanding India's New Patent Laws
By Eric S. Langer
Did the 2005 Patents Act engender a Western intellectual property rights culture in the country?
Getting the Results You Expect from Consultants
By John Avellanet
There are several steps that you can take to ensure that you get the greatest benefit from consultants.
Book Review: Biopharmaceutical Products in the US and European Markets 6th edition (2 volumes)
By Gary Walsh, PhD
The book is a useful, comprehensive, and truly an excellent reference source of biopharmaceutical information.
FDA's Inspection Program Under Scrutiny
By Jill Wechsler
The heparin safety crisis puts a spotlight on manufacturing processes and regulatory oversight.
Pharmaceutical Quality Success: It's All About Management
By Marta Jimenez-Aquino , David W. Husman, PhD , Thomas Feyerabend, Jr.
Engaging executive leadership in the quality process is the key to compliance success.
Trends in Convertible Note Financing for Biotechs
By Peter N. Townshend , George Colindres
As more biotechs turn to convertible note financing instead of traditional venture capital, they need to be aware of investors' demands.
What We Don't Know May, In Fact, Hurt Us
By Laura Bush
Now is a good time for companies to know their suppliers well.
Disposable Bioreactors: The Next Generation
By Andrew Sinclair
Disposable technologies that mimic the conventional stainless-steel bioreactor will be most readily adopted

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