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Pharmaceutical Microbiology · 3h ago

Gut bacteria linked to age-related conditions

New research shows for the first time that an imbalance in the good and bad bacteria in the gut of old mice causes inflammatory responses in young mice -- responses that are linked to age-re...
Pharmaceutical Microbiology · 1d ago

WHO’s Global Tuberculosis Report 2017

Statement from Mel Spigelman, president and CEO of TB Alliance“TB is still, tragically, the world’s most deadly infection. And yet, efforts to curb this ancient disease remain woefully under...
Pharmaceutical Microbiology · 2d ago

Antibiotic resistance infographic

Acording to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), up to 30 percent of antibiotics prescribed in America are unnecessary. The figure is based on a study that analyzed the use ...
Pharmaceutical Microbiology · 3d ago

Pharmig News #69

A new edition of Pharmig News has been issued, edition 69. In this issue:Industry reflections by David Keen.Part 2 of Pharmig’s industry review of culture media practices.Review of MHRA defi...
Pharmaceutical Microbiology · 4d ago

5 Keys To Aseptic Processing Improvement & Efficiency

Today, life science products should also be affordable to patients and a reasonable business proposition for manufactures. These objectives can present challenges to manufacturers as they st...
Pharmaceutical Microbiology · 5d ago

Data-Driven Risk Management For Quality By Design

The main hope of ICH Q8-Q10 pertaining to operational excellence is to enable (bio)pharmaceutical companies to achieve product realization. The goal is to do so by establishing and maintaini...
Pharmaceutical Microbiology · 6d ago

Novel therapies for multidrug-resistant bacteria

Scientists at the University of Surrey in collaboration with research partners at the University of Sheffield and University of Würzburg, Germany, have developed novel antimicrobials, which ...
Pharmaceutical Microbiology · 1w ago

EMA expands list of excipients that must be disclosed

The EMA has expanded the list of excipients that drug firms must declare on product labels in a bid to address safety concerns about undeclared components.For further details see: In-Pharmat...
Pharmaceutical Microbiology · 1W ago

How much does life weigh?

From earthworms and sunflowers to human beings, we are all made up of cells, so it's no surprise that researchers are hard at work investigating these building blocks of life. They have alre...
Pharmaceutical Microbiology · 1W ago

Mechanism bacteria use to attach to surfaces

In the article, "Obstruction of Pilus Retraction Stimulates Bacterial Surface Sensing," a group of interdisciplinary researchers show that in the case of the bacterium Caulobacter crescentus...