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- INTRADERMAL DELIVERY – Advances in Intradermal Drug Delivery

Zach Marks, MS, RPh, believes efficiency of vaccine use will be critical as the world population continues to grow and vaccine prices continue to rise, and ID administration can help reduce dose cost while potentially improving immunogenicity in traditional and hard-to-treat populations.

- 10/17/2011

Oncobiologics Announces Two New Agreements Worth Almost $80 Million Oncobiologics recently announced it has signed two major agreements. The first...

- DELIVERY DEVICES – The New Industry Paradigm for Prefilled Success

Alan Shortall indicates that following a period of relative industry stability defined by peripheral innovation, a converging series of external and internal forces are set to reshape the prefilled syringe industry so that it will better serve the emerging needs of pharmaceutical companies, patients, and other stakeholders across the continuum of care.

- 7/18/2012

Prokarium Acquires Key Oral Vaccine Technology Prokarium Ltd recently announced it completed a key technology acquisition from Emergent BioSolutions Inc....

- 9/6/2011

Jennerex's Virus-Based Drug Targets & Infects Tumors Jennerex, Inc. recently announced the publication of clinical data on its lead product...

- SPECIAL FEATURE – Platform Technologies: Not Just for Big Pharma

Contributor Cindy H. Dubin recently spoke with several companies that are debunking the theory that access to the latest technological platforms to aid efficient drug discovery and development is limited to Big Pharma, which can more easily justify the costs of creating and operating innovative platforms.

- 3/6/2013

Capsugel Announces Major Acquisition Capsugel recently announced it has acquired Encap Drug Delivery. Based in Scotland, Encap's focus on liquid and...

- SINGLE-USE MARKET – Rise of Single-Use Technologies & Systems in Biopharmaceuticals

Kevin James and Shalini S. Dewan of BCC Research believe eliminating the risk of contamination is the greatest challenge faced by manufacturers of biopharmaceuticals, and currently, this requires high-level monitoring of critical manufacturing processes. Single-use technology aids biopharmaceutical manufacturers in overcoming this challenge by reducing or eliminating the need for sterilization between batches, thereby improving operational efficiency.