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Venus gets Innovative 100 Award for Elores

Chandigarh, December 23 2013: Venus Remedies Limited, a leading research-based global pharmaceutical company, has received the “Innovative 100 Award” for its novel research product Elores, a drug designed to fight superbugs against which other antibiotics fail to respond, at an award function organized by “Inc India”, a business magazine, in New Delhi. After receiving the award, Mr Pawan Chaudhary, Chairman and...

Novartis new malaria target

Novartis ($NVS) scientists, in collaboration with an international team of researchers from the University of California, San Diego, and Columbia University, have identified a novel drug target for treating malaria, a scourge of many tropical Third World countries. Detailed in the journal Nature, the scientists have discovered a protein in the malaria-causing Plasmodium parasite that acts as a target for imidazopyrazines, a...

Effectiveness Of Marinomed’s Antiviral Nasal...

Vienna, Austria, 5th December 2013 – Marinomed Biotechnologie GmbH today announced that new clinical data confirmed the effectiveness of a Carragelose®-based nasal spray in the therapy of common cold. The data, generated in collaboration with researchers from the Department of Otolaryngology at the Medical University of Vienna, were published in the international medical journal Respiratory Research. Regular use of the...

Infectious Diseases: Clinical Tests On Innovative ...

Vienna, Austria, November 7, 2013 – A vaccine against the dreaded Chikungunya fever, developed by Vienna-based biotech company Themis Bioscience, is now undergoing clinical testing for the first time. The vaccine, which is based on a standard anti-measles vaccine, offers a genuine opportunity to halt the spread of the disease, which was originally restricted to tropical countries. Due to a lack of vaccinations, the...

Life’s building blocks grow close to home

hough life is a complicated brew, some of its ingredients can be plucked from Earth’s backyard instead of being imported from more distant interstellar fields. In a new study, scientists suggest that complex organic molecules — such as the amino acids that build proteins and the ringed bases that form nucleic acids — grow on the icy dust grains that lived in the infant solar system. All it takes are high-energy...

7th International Bird Flu Summit November 13 R...

Top leaders and key decision-makers of major companies representing a broad range of industries will meet with distinguished scientists, public health officials, law enforcers, first responders, and other experts to discuss pandemic prevention, preparedness, response and recovery at the 7th International Bird Flu Summit. At the summit, attendees will be able to draw on first-hand best practices to create the solid business...
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