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Biochips as Pathways to Drug Discovery Pdf

Biochips as Pathways to Drug Discovery by Gary Hardiman Pdf. Get Yours Now On http://goo.gl/UZbcJW.
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Five predictions about the Internet of Things

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Macario Namie, VP marketing, JasperThe Internet of Things has captured the imagination of those who wonder how the internet will evolve, and has lit up the eyes of entrepreneurs with dollar signs in the hope that it will be a big money-earner for...

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Brazil's pharmaceutical market to continue to prosper - European Pharmaceutical Review

Brazil's pharmaceutical market to continue to prosper - European Pharmaceutical Review | New Wave Drug Discovery | Scoop.it
Brazil's pharmaceutical market will expand to reach approximately $47.9 billion by 2020, according to research and consulting firm GlobalData.
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Precision Advisors Digital Trends Study: What Payers Want From Pharma Can Vary - PR Newswire (press release)

Precision Advisors Digital Trends Study: What Payers Want From Pharma Can Vary - PR Newswire (press release) | New Wave Drug Discovery | Scoop.it
NEW YORK, Aug. 26, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Precision Advisors (www.precisionadvisors.com), a Precision for Value...
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Drawn to science - Target identification in drug discovery

Drawn to science - Target identification in drug discovery | New Wave Drug Discovery | Scoop.it

Today, we have only scratched the surface in terms of the drugs available on the market. But within a foreseeable future there will be many mechanisms known and many targets identified for which drugs will be under development.

Once you have understood the molecular mechanism of a disease, you basically have a clue or an avenue towards a test and a therapy. But in the future, the two will go together: the diagnostic to identify the molecular mechanism for the patient together with the drug that is treating the molecular mechanism of the disease.Dr. Jo BuryManaging Direct VIB (VIB: Flemish Institute for Biotechnology), Belgium


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Clinical Trials 2.0: Reinventing Research For The Social Age

Clinical Trials 2.0: Reinventing Research For The Social Age | New Wave Drug Discovery | Scoop.it

Clinical research is changing. No longer the sole preserve of clinicians and researchers, the Internet and new digital technologies are reinventing the way in which patients take part in the clinical trials process.


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Andrew Spong's curator insight, August 20, 2015 6:09 AM

A heavyweight piece from Marie Ennis-O'Connor (@JBBC), and your must-read for today.

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Ask an Expert : Robots

“S1:E3 In this episode Rob Nail replies to questions about Robots. Some of the topics discussed are robots vs jobs, robot companions and "The Robot". Rob Nail ...”
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GEN | Magazine Articles:Diverse Pathways to Drug Targets

GEN | Magazine Articles:Diverse Pathways to Drug Targets | New Wave Drug Discovery | Scoop.it
“Protein paths through the gene-expression undergrowth have been well trodden, but RNA paths want wear, too. No road to drug targets should be less traveled.”
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Nanospheres safely deliver high chemotherapy doses to attack tumors | KurzweilAI

Nanospheres safely deliver high chemotherapy doses to attack tumors | KurzweilAI | New Wave Drug Discovery | Scoop.it
“Scientists have engineered a drug delivery system that uses specially designed nanoparticles that release drugs in the presence of a specific enzymes — the very ones that enable cancers to metastasize. “We can start with a small molecule and build that into a nanoscale carrier that can seek out a tumor and deliver a payload of drug,” said Cassandra Callmann, a graduate student in chemistry and biochemistry at the University of California, San Diego, and first author of the report published in the journal Advanced Materials July 14. Trojan-horse strategy The system takes advantage of a class of enzymes called matrix metalloproteinases (MMPs) that many cancers make in abundance. MMPs normally chew through through the body’s membranes, allowing cancer cells to escape to metastasize (colonize other regions of the body), often with deadly consequences.”
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The protein that starves HIV - Headlines - Research & Innovation – European Commission

The protein that starves HIV - Headlines - Research & Innovation – European Commission | New Wave Drug Discovery | Scoop.it

An international team of researchers has discovered that a protein responsible for protecting some of our body's immune cells from the most common and virulent form of HIV succeeds in its quest because it starves the virus of the molecular building blocks it requires to replicate. The study, published in the journal Nature Immunology, was supported in part by a European Research Council (ERC) grant under the EU's Seventh Framework Programme (FP7). The results could help us understand why some anti-HIV drugs are more effective than others.


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The protein that starves HIV - Headlines - Research & Innovation – European Commission

The protein that starves HIV - Headlines - Research & Innovation – European Commission | New Wave Drug Discovery | Scoop.it

An international team of researchers has discovered that a protein responsible for protecting some of our body's immune cells from the most common and virulent form of HIV succeeds in its quest because it starves the virus of the molecular building blocks it requires to replicate. The study, published in the journal Nature Immunology, was supported in part by a European Research Council (ERC) grant under the EU's Seventh Framework Programme (FP7). The results could help us understand why some anti-HIV drugs are more effective than others.


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The pharma Singularity is near

The pharma Singularity is near | New Wave Drug Discovery | Scoop.it

The pharma Singularity is near, and on the basis of the evidence that we have to hand, it appears it will be arriving a good deal sooner than 2045.


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Bioinformatics methods and Applications Genomics Proteomics and Drug Discovery

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Revolutionary Biology Part 4: A new age of drug discovery

You just have to step into your local chemist to see how far medicine has come over the past 100 years. Life changing drugs, which were once unthinkable – like ...
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World Anti-counterfeit Pharmaceuticals and Cosmetics Packaging - Market Opportunities and Forecasts, 2014 - 2020

World Anti-counterfeit Pharmaceuticals and Cosmetics Packaging - Market Opportunities and Forecasts, 2014 - 2020 | New Wave Drug Discovery | Scoop.it
The anti-counterfeit #Pharmaceutical & #Cosmetics #packaging market worth $35.7bn in 2014 & is set to grow by 15.7% http://t.co/Z7b7OZ05oq
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Eli Lilly Leads US Large Pharma In 2015; Johnson andamp; Johnson Ranks Lowest - Bidness ETC

Eli Lilly Leads US Large Pharma In 2015; Johnson andamp; Johnson Ranks Lowest - Bidness ETC | New Wave Drug Discovery | Scoop.it
Large Pharma outperforms S&P 500 in the recent market crash, with Eli Lilly and Co (NYSE:LLY) topping the list.
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GEN | Magazine Articles:Diverse Pathways to Drug Targets

GEN | Magazine Articles:Diverse Pathways to Drug Targets | New Wave Drug Discovery | Scoop.it

“Protein paths through the gene-expression undergrowth have been well trodden, but RNA paths want wear, too. No road to drug targets should be less traveled.”


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Clinical Trials 2.0: Reinventing Research For The Social Age

Clinical Trials 2.0: Reinventing Research For The Social Age | New Wave Drug Discovery | Scoop.it

Clinical research is changing. No longer the sole preserve of clinicians and researchers, the Internet and new digital technologies are reinventing the way in which patients take part in the clinical trials process.


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Andrew Spong's curator insight, August 20, 2015 6:09 AM

A heavyweight piece from Marie Ennis-O'Connor (@JBBC), and your must-read for today.

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Drawn to science - Target identification in drug discovery

Drawn to science - Target identification in drug discovery | New Wave Drug Discovery | Scoop.it

Today, we have only scratched the surface in terms of the drugs available on the market. But within a foreseeable future there will be many mechanisms known and many targets identified for which drugs will be under development.

Once you have understood the molecular mechanism of a disease, you basically have a clue or an avenue towards a test and a therapy. But in the future, the two will go together: the diagnostic to identify the molecular mechanism for the patient together with the drug that is treating the molecular mechanism of the disease.Dr. Jo BuryManaging Direct VIB (VIB: Flemish Institute for Biotechnology), Belgium


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Drawn to science - Target identification in drug discovery

Drawn to science - Target identification in drug discovery | New Wave Drug Discovery | Scoop.it

Today, we have only scratched the surface in terms of the drugs available on the market. But within a foreseeable future there will be many mechanisms known and many targets identified for which drugs will be under development.

Once you have understood the molecular mechanism of a disease, you basically have a clue or an avenue towards a test and a therapy. But in the future, the two will go together: the diagnostic to identify the molecular mechanism for the patient together with the drug that is treating the molecular mechanism of the disease.Dr. Jo BuryManaging Direct VIB (VIB: Flemish Institute for Biotechnology), Belgium

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A most singular nano-imaging technique (Update)

A most singular nano-imaging technique (Update) | New Wave Drug Discovery | Scoop.it
“Just as proteins are one of the basic building blocks of biology, nanoparticles can serve as the basic building blocks for next generation materials.”
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Novartis's 'robotic pill'

Novartis's 'robotic pill' | New Wave Drug Discovery | Scoop.it

Novartis is collaborating with Rani Therapeutics, a US start-up in an endeavour to produce a so-called ‘robotic pill’ enabling a convenient administration of complex biotech drugs that are otherwise, normally given by injection.

Rani’s capsule looks very much like a conventional pill, and is swallowed in the same way. However, the underlying mechanism of action differs in that the pill contains tiny needles made of sugar that are pushed into the wall of the intestine to deliver the drug.


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Pacific Cove's curator insight, May 28, 2015 12:19 PM

Rani’s capsule looks very much like a conventional pill, and is swallowed in the same way. However, the underlying mechanism of action differs in that the pill contains tiny needles made of sugar that are pushed into the wall of the intestine to deliver the drug.  #Seniors #SeniorCare #Drugs #Caregivers #Caregiving

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How Pfizer Canada is Leading the Pharmaceutical Market in Social Media

How Pfizer Canada is Leading the Pharmaceutical Market in Social Media | New Wave Drug Discovery | Scoop.it
“Learn how Heather Bisset has found a solution to manage corporate reputation and customer relationships with strategy for corporate social media accounts.”
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To beat a virus, find its ‘pocket factor’ - Futurity.org

To beat a virus, find its ‘pocket factor’ - Futurity.org | New Wave Drug Discovery | Scoop.it

PURDUE (US) — New details about the structure of a virus that causes brain swelling and paralysis in children may lead to antiviral drugs.

Full story at http://www.futurity.org/health-medicine/to-beat-a-virus-find-its-%E2%80%98pocket-factor%E2%80%99/


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