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Pharmacovigilance – News and Features

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Biodesign and TGen form Joint Center for Systems and Computational Biology

This collaboration leverages the growing field of computational biology to speed research and directly impact patients.
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RxP and BioTrove Announce Collaboration

The Companies will provide primate-human transcription and SNP assays for toxicology.
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Nanomedicine Center to Help Develop Cancer and CNS Therapies

The University of Maryland and Rexahn Pharmaceuticals are working together to help develop cancer-fighting drugs and central nervous system therapies.
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LabCorp® Licenses the Seryx Pharmacogenetic Interpretation and Reporting Service

Proprietary service helps physicians use CYP450 information to customize medications for optimal patient treatment.
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Tool developed to Silence Genes in Specific Tissues Using RNAi

Investigators have developed a way to use the RNAi approach to silence a selected gene.
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Avantium and WEP Collaborate to Develop POLY PEG® Technology

POLY PEG® technology has been developed to increase the bioavailability of drug molecules.
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Toxicology-on-a-Chip Tool Readies for Market

University and biotech company collaboration prepares MetaChip for technology transfer.
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Hedgehog Protein Blocks Fat Production, Produces more Bone

Hedgehog activates a series of biochemical reactions involving a host of other cellular proteins and genes.
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Genes' Influence on Common Drugs may Affect Health-Care Quality and Cost

Applying information from pharmacogenetics to primary-care practices could reduce the incidence of adverse reactions.
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MCG Gets Technology to Help Optimize Medicine Dosage

The test initially will be used to optimize doses of commonly used psychiatric drugs.
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