The Eradicable Cancer

Jun 18, 2012

Jo Parrish and Rachel Griffith at SWHR look into how cervical cancer begins in the cervix and gradually grows more invasive. One out of every 145 women has cervical cancer, yet cervical cancer is the most preventable cancer and the only one that can realistically be eradicated in our lifetime. This is a fact supported by science and innovation. ...

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A Robust, Scalable Platform for Recombinant Protein Expression

Jun 18, 2012

Dr. Charlotte Dyring, Dr. Wian de Jongh at ExpreS2ion Biotechnologies and Dr. Ali Salanti at the university of Copenhagen explain why development and optimisation of alternatives, such as stable insect cell-based platforms, remains of interest for the advancement of scientific and medical research. ...

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Predictive Dissolution Testing – Concepts and Challenges

Jun 18, 2012

Grzegorz Garbacz at the University of Greifswald, Werner Weitschies at University of Greifswald, and Sandra Klein at the University of Greifswald investigate how developing predictive in vitro test systems for solid oral dosage forms which are capable of a realistic simulation of gastrointestinal transit conditions is still a challenge. ...

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