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Vol 18, No 01, January 2014 - Trends in the Biotech Industry 2014
Contents

EDITORIAL

BioBoard

INDIA
•  Oral chlorea vaccine 'offers protection for five years'

JAPAN
•  Gene discovery leads way to more rice

MALAYSIA
•  Top international hospitals to hold summit in Asia to address efficiency, patient safety issues

SINGAPORE
•  Study led by NUS scientists provides new insights into cause of human neurodegenerative disease
•  Recycled plastic proves effective in killing drug-resistant fungi
•  Singapore scientists engineer human stem cells and move closer to mastering regenerative medicine
•  A*STAR scientists discover novel hormone essential for heart development
•  New discovery on how skin cells form "bridges" paves the way for advances in wound healing and tissue engineering

AUSTRALIA
•  Pathogen study explores blocking effect of E. coli protein on immune system

CANADA
•  Alzheimer's risk gene may begin to affect brains as early as childhood

EUROPE
•  Simple blood test detects 85% of colorectal cancers and over 50% of polyps

JERUSALEM
•  New compound for slowing the aging process can lead to novel treatments for brain diseases

US
•  Older mice fed wolfberries show reduced risk for flu virus with vaccine diseases
•  Molecular sensor detects early signs of multiple sclerosis, Gladstone study finds
•  Scripps Research Institute scientists achieve detailed picture of key part of Hepatitis C virus
•  Researchers discover promising new treatment to help people with spine injuries walk better
•  Personalized vaccine for most lethal type of brain tumor shows promise

EYE ON CHINA
•  Sareum enters co-development agreement in China for Aurora+FLT3 program
•  Helsinn Group opens representative office in China
•  Biotech China to be held in NanjingClinic's Center for individualized medicine
•  Shanghai Ajinomoto Amino Acid Co., Ltd. expands amino acid production capacity
•  Agilent Technologies Thought Leader Award supports Dr. Junying Yuan, Chinese Academy of Sciences
•  to-BBB and Sihuan enter into collaboration agreement
•  JHL Biotech selects GE's FlexFactory™ bio manufacturing platform for Taiwan facility
•  Senhwa Biosciences raises $17M in Series B
•  New bat virus in China can infect people
•  Chi-Med and Sinopharm form China drug distribution and marketing joint venture
•  MicuRx expands global clinical trial program for oral antibiotic MRX-I
•  TaiGen Biotechnology receives Qualified Infectious Disease Product and Fast Track designations from the U.S. FDA

FEATURES
•  Indian Pharma Industry: Trends, Predictions and Challenges
•  Imaging in Focus
•  Technology Innovation to Drive Efficiency: Unprecedented Transformation in Care Delivery Across Asia Pacific

PEOPLE WATCH
•  Collaborating for Oncology

REVIEW
•  Development of Uniform Embryoid Bodies for Differentiation, Using Mouse Embryonic Stem Cells

INSIDE INDUSTRY
•  AMSilk founder Professor Thomas Scheibel receives DECHEMA award
•  ProJect Pharmaceutics and TUM-Spin-off ImevaX collaborate on development of pharmaceutical formulation for IMX101
•  DSM and Tunitas Therapeutics to develop lead allergy therapeutic
•  RCSI led EU Consortium receives major funding to develop materials to regenerate cardiac tissue following heart attacks
•  Teva and Takeda to research multiple sclerosis treatment in Japan
•  AB SCIEX helps accelerate food safety testing in Southeast Asia's largest food producer
•  Merck enters into license agreement with the Spanish National Cancer Research Centre
•  Agilent Technologies and Nanyang Technological University collaborate on wastewater treatment research
•  IBC Life Sciences and ISPE Singapore Affiliate to partner on ISPE Singapore Conference & Exhibition 2014
•  Novogen enters global collaboration to drive the development of drugs to treat brain cancer

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APBN Editorial Calendar 2017
January:
Lungs & Respiratory System
February:
Cancer Research, Treatment/Technology
March:
Traditional Chinese Medicines
April:
Eye Care/ Eye Health
May:
The Piece of Your Mind - Brain Health/Science
June:
Featuring Biotech Start-Ups/Companies
July:
Food Science & Technology
August:
Diabetics Technology
September:
No. 1 Killer - Heart Diseases, Diagnosis and Treatment
October:
Skin Diseases/Allergic Reactions
November:
Diseases threatening our Children
December:
Liver Health & Treatment/Technology
Editorial calendar is subjected to changes.
– Editor: Carmen, Jia Wen Loh
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