The drug Obizur was originally developed at Emory by hematologist Pete Lollar and colleagues
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Cell biology is expanding, fusing with physics, coalescing with computational modeling, and bonding with bioinformatics. Yesterday Molecular Biology of the Cell (MBoC) rolled out a special quantitative biology issue, its first-ever “extra” edition, to encompass the broad new horizons of cell biology. The new issue features so many big names from cell biology and biophysics that, if “Quantitative Biology” were a Hollywood blockbuster, the science paparazzi would
. Those following the regenerative medicine (RM) industry are likely in-tune with a rapidly evolving market, on the periphery, that is shaping up to provide a very attractive value proposition to patients, industry, and investors alike. The health care industry is undergoing a paradigm shift: Big Pharma has historically spread its efforts across palliative and substitutive...Read more