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Tim Sandle
Works at Bio Products Laboratory
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Clinical microbiology handbook
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laboratory, based in Southampton General Hospital, provides clinical
microbiological testing services to local health trusts, the NHS and GPs. The
laboratory has produced a handbook, aimed at health professionals. Details
can be found here: clinical . Pos...
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To accelerate the treatment of wounds, scientists have experimented with adding stem cells to plasters and bandages. The optimal method for this is locking stem cells into a matrix fashioned from seaweed.
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Microbiological Identification with MALDI-TOF MS
Matrix
Assisted Laser Desorption/Ionization-Time Of Flight (MALDI-TOF) mass
spectrometry has been developed as a microbiological identification method and
it is becoming commonplace in many laboratories. In a review article, Tim
Sandle considers the strengt...
Matrix Assisted Laser Desorption/Ionization-Time Of Flight (MALDI-TOF) mass spectrometry has been developed as a microbiological identification method and it is becoming commonplace in many laboratories. In a review article, ...
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The unexpected reactions, and fatality, associated with a clinical trial that went wrong in France shocked many people. Now a little time has passed, an investigation by French authorities has revealed a pattern.
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Solar power is one of the leading ‘alternative energy’ technologies. Japan, which has long favored nuclear power solutions, is to construct the world’s largest solar power plant.
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Secrets of marine microbes
Considerable
successes in the isolation and cultivation of marine microbial strains has been
made by the MaCuMBA ( Marine
Microorganisms: Cultivation Methods for Improving their Biotechnological Applications ) project. The
project sets out to uncover the di...
Considerable successes in the isolation and cultivation of marine microbial strains has been made by the MaCuMBA (Marine Microorganisms: Cultivation Methods for Improving their Biotechnological Applications) project. The p...
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Why it is Imperative that the FDA Oversee LabDeveloped Tests
What are Laboratory Developed Tests (LDTs)? These are artificial diagnostic tests that are constructed and
used in laboratories to detect diseases and infections. Edward Simpson looks at the matter further... FDA laboratory
developed tests are different fro...
What are Laboratory Developed Tests (LDTs)? These are artificial diagnostic tests that are constructed and used in laboratories to detect diseases and infections. Edward Simpson looks at the matter further... FDA laborato...
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Clinical trial tragedy in France: An update
www.digitaljournal.com

The unexpected reactions, and fatality, associated with a clinical trial that went wrong in France shocked many people. Now a little time ha

Seaweed provides an unusual treatment process for wounds
www.digitaljournal.com

To accelerate the treatment of wounds, scientists have experimented with adding stem cells to plasters and bandages. The optimal method for

World’s largest solar farm planned for Japan
www.digitaljournal.com

Solar power is one of the leading ‘alternative energy’ technologies. Japan, which has long favored nuclear power solutions, is to construct

Raw materials of biological origin for the production of cell-based and ...
www.pharmamicroresources.com

A new chapter has been added to the European Pharmacopeia (5.1.2) on raw materials of biological origin for the production of cell-based and

Tuberculosis (TB) by country
www.pharmamicroresources.com

Estimated rate of tuberculosis (TB) per 100,000 people, compiled from World Health Organisation (WHO) data for each country. Tuberculosis (T

Microbiological Identification with MALDI-TOF MS
www.pharmamicroresources.com

Matrix Assisted Laser Desorption/Ionization-Time Of Flight (MALDI-TOF) mass spectrometry has been developed as a microbiological identificat

Secrets of marine microbes
www.pharmamicroresources.com

Considerable successes in the isolation and cultivation of marine microbial strains has been made by the MaCuMBA (Marine Microorganisms: Cul

Software Identifies Drug Resistance from Bacterial Genomes
www.pharmamicroresources.com

Scientists have developed an easy-to-use computer program that can quickly analyze bacterial DNA from a patient's infection and predict whic

Pharmeuropa - Useful information
www.pharmamicroresources.com

EDQM has published a document outlining useful updates edition 8.8 of the European Pharmacopeia. Areas of change include: 2.2.3. Potentiomet

World Leprosy Day
www.pharmamicroresources.com

Many of us might have lost the thought of the word ‘Leprosy’, thinking the disease eradicated long back. Unfortunately, suffering still rema

Current Developments with Disposable Technology and Single-Use Systems f...
www.pharmamicroresources.com

Pharmaceutical drug products are produced to be efficacious; however the presence of microorganisms or microbial by-products in these produc

Why it is Imperative that the FDA Oversee Lab Developed Tests
www.pharmamicroresources.com

What are Laboratory Developed Tests (LDTs)? These are artificial diagnostic tests that are constructed and used in laboratories to detect di

Shkreli set to take the Fifth Amendment at hearing
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Ex-pharmaceutical entrepreneur Martin Shkreli has stated he would like to "berate" and "insult" Congress. However, for this week’s hearing h

Big Pharma wants governments to pay for new antibiotics
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Human society needs a new generation of antimicrobials to overcome the problem of multi-drug resistance. A key question stemming from this i

Op-Ed: Gene technology, the possible solution to the Zika virus
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The Zika virus has become a World Health Organization (WHO)-declared ‘global health emergency.’ Among the different treatment options, gene

Nobel scientist says we can live to 150
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With the potential advances in biomedicine, by how far could human life expectancy be extended? 150 years according to a Nobel Prize winning

The secret of happiness? A local pub
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The secrets of happiness occupy voluminous books and an entire industry of analysts. The secret may be down the end of our roads: a pub we c

Inside the connection between bacterial toxins and obesity
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Scientists have made a connection between bacteria that reside in the human gut (specifically toxic by-products) and obesity. The research a

Could a person outrun a T-rex?
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This is one of those what if stories that scientists sometimes set themselves: could a human have outrun a T-rex or who the typical person h

Fully functional human liver grown in lab
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The search for artificial organs continues. In a recent step-forwards, scientists have produced the most realistic lab-grown liver tissue ye