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Data Reporting, Compliance and Integrity – News and Features

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Industry Insight

Using AI To Get Medicines to Patients Faster

To find out more about AI in pharma, Technology Networks spoke with Roger Palframan, head of US Research and digital for Early Solutions at UCB.
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Plant-Based Diets and COVID-19 Infection: Is There Really a Connection?

A new study has suggested that a predominantly plant-based diet could be linked to lower odds of COVID-19 infection. But others have criticized the study, saying that its conclusions are premature.
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Type of Immune Cell Can Attack Cancer

Researchers have discovered that a type of immune cell in the human body known to be important for allergy and other immune responses can also attack cancer.
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“Key” Identified That Could Aid Breast Cancer Prevention and Treatment

The "key" to making breast cancers detectable by the immune system is normally turned off to prevent excessive inflammation. Activating the key could aid cancer treatment.
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Fecal Microbiome Predicts Postoperative Infections in Liver Transplants

Researchers have predicted post-operative infections in liver transplant patients by analyzing the fecal microbiome, representing a leap forward in understanding the connection between the gut microbiome and health.
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Ensuring Regulatory Compliance: The Role of Validation in Pharmaceutical and Biotech Industries

The impetus to demonstrate regulatory compliance to ensure their products are safe for human consumption is an imperative for pharmaceutical and biotechnology organizations.
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Synthetic DNA Advances Will Catalyze the Next Wave of Biotherapeutic Innovation

This article explores how biopharmaceutical organizations seeking to remain competitive must adopt innovations, like cell-free long DNA synthesis, to unleash the potential of synthetic biology and accelerate therapeutic development across all facets of genetic medicine.

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Flowmeter Software Driver for Chromatography Data Systems

TESTA Analytical announce a powerful new software driver that allows control and collection of data from any of its AB-4XXXX Series liquid flowmeters using a chromatography data system.
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Advances in Biopharmaceutical Analysis

Biopharmaceuticals require careful analysis during research, development and manufacturing. In this article, we highlight some of the analytical techniques employed in biopharmaceutical analysis, and how the field is evolving to meet new challenges.
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Data Reporting: Connecting the Islands of Automation

In this article, we explore ways analytical scientists can improve their data reporting and sharing practices, leading to improvements in data integrity and regulatory compliance.