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Vol. 7, No. 19, 15 September 2003
Contents

Industry Watch
•  Agenix Secures Diagnostic Licenses from Abbott Laboratories
•  New Shares Bring Genetic Technologies Handsome Surplus
•  Prima's DCtag Technology - Broad Spectrum Vaccine Technology against Cancer, Parasitic and Viral Diseases
•  Prima and Prana to Develop World's First Alzheimer's Vaccine
•  World's First SARS-Specific Investigational Drug
•  Claris to Expand into US and European Markets
•  Transgene Biotek Strengthens Anti-AIDS Drug Market Shares
•  Dabur Prepares for Pharma Business Demerger

Products/Services Highlight
•  Amersham Biosciences Launches Two Kits
•  Fujitsu Provides Medical Imaging Solutions for Healthcare Professionals

Research Findings
•  Revolutionary Stem-Cell Technology to Grow Breasts
•  First Human-Rabbit Hybrid Embryo Created in China
•  China Discovers Nano-Feed Additives

Rules & Regulations
•  China Lifts Trade Ban on Wildlife Linked to SARS
•  Bulk Drug Importers Exempted from Export Obligation
•  Death Penalty Recommended for Fake Drug Makers

Agriculture
•  The First New Line Super Vegetables - Broccoli
•  New Gene to Combat Leaf Blotch in Wheat Plants
•  Uphill Task Ahead to Improve Rice Production in Cambodia
•  China Develops Han Dao Rice Strain
•  Bt Cotton Plagued with New Problem

Commentaries & Analyses
•  Fighting AIDS in China
•  SDPC Sets Targets for Pharmaceutical Sector in 2003

General News
•  Spread of Snail Fever Raises Concerns over Potential Epidemic in China
•  China's Pharmaceutical Industry Records Strong Growth in 2002
•  China Expands Marine Medicines Gene Bank
•  New Insects Discovered in China
•  One in Six Japanese Likely to Develop Diabetes
•  Japan's Health Ministry Confirms World's First Animal-to-Human Hepatitis E Case

Global Development
•  Sudden Surge of West Nile Cases in the US
•  SARS Diagnostic Test Developed by Abbott Labs and Artus Receives Approval for Patient Testing

People
•  Biotech Friend of Singapore - Raymond Gilmartin

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