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Michele Wilson PhD

Science Writer

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BioPharma Cell Science Diagnostics

Latest Content From Michele Wilson PhD

Challenges for Biopharma
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It goes without saying that the pursuit for innovative therapies in the biopharma industry is not without its challenges. Anticipating and addressing these hurdles can make or break the success of your biopharmaceutical product, regardless of the therapy type. Download this infographic to get a snapshot of 30 insights on key challenges in the drug development pipeline.

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Diagnostic Tests for Influenza
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Doctors are not required to confirm the presence of the
influenza virus before they prescribe antiviral medication. So, why test for influenza? Download this infographic to find out why, and how.

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The First Organ to be Bioprinted in Space
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Russian astronauts onboard a spacecraft have reportedly bioprinted a mouse thyroid. This is definitely a world-first in outer space bioprinting.

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Influenza: Pathology, Diagnosis and Prevention
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A century has passed since the 1918 global flu pandemic, aka the ‘Spanish flu’. Back in the early 1900s, the virus was a relatively novel concept. Since then, our understanding of viruses has come a long way, as have our diagnostics tools, and control and preventative strategies.

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Newborn Screening
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Neonatal screening is designed to identify newborn babies with conditions that are treatable, but not clinically evident in the newborn period. Download this infographic to learn about one of the most successful public health screening programs to date.

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Immunotherapy Response Prediction in Urothelial Cancer
Blog

While immunotherapy holds great promise for cancer treatment, challenges persist around limited response rate and severe immune-related adverse events. We caught up with Dr. Georg Lautscham, CEO of Protagen, to find out how the prediction of immunotherapy response can be improved for people with urothelial cancer.

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A Controversial World-first: Gene-Edited Human Babies
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A Chinese scientist, He Jiankui, has claimed that he helped make the world-first gene-edited babies: two twin baby girls. Reportedly, he used CRISPR-Cas9 to edit embryos for seven couples during IVF fertility treatment, and engineered the embryos to possess resistance to HIV infection. He Jiankui, from the Southern University of Science and Technology, is now facing investigation over whether the experiment was illegal.

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Startup Slam: The Dragons’ Den of Biopharma in Europe
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Of 60 applications from across 17 countries, there were eight finalists who participated in the 'Startup Slam' — the Dragons' Den of Biopharma. Representatives of biotech companies presented to a jury of leading investors, pharma deal-makers and biotech business key opinion leaders at the BIO-Europe conference in Copenhagen, November 2018.

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Separation in Bioprocessing
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This infographic provides an overview of the processes behind the large-scale purification of biologically-derived products.

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Entering the Golden Era of Lateral Flow Diagnostics
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Gold nanorods are increasingly being used in diagnostic applications, such as lateral flow assays. To learn more, we got in touch with Darren Rowles, CEO of Sona Nanotech Inc. who provides insights on diagnostic industry trends, and tells us about the source, application and production process of gold nanoparticles.

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