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European Pharma Summit May 5-8, 2015 Berlin, Germa...

We invite you to the attend the European Pharma Summit, which will take place on May 5-8, 2015 in Berlin, Germany. This event seeks to create a forum for colleagues across multiple disciplines, as well as from both private and public sectors, to gather and exchange ideas. Over 400 delegates from pharmaceutical organization, biotech companies, and leading academic institutions will gather over the course of four days to listen...

10th EFMC Short Course on Medicinal Chemistry Apri...

In 2009, EFMC launched a series of short courses aimed to favour cultural and scientific growth of the medicinal chemistry community and organized with affordable fees for participation. EFMC will continue the tradition in 2015, and is pleased to announce the following courses: 10th EFMC Short Course on Medicinal Chemistry Small-Molecule Modulation of Protein-Protein Interactions (PPIs) Oegstgeest (near Leiden), The...

3rd Immunogenicity and Immunotoxicity Conference o...

The conference will cover important progress made in the areas of therapeutic protein immunogenicity and immunotoxicity evaluation such as protein aggregation, clinical relevance and assessment of immunogenicity, mitigation of immunogenicity-related risks, biosimilar development, and immunotoxicity evaluation strategies. Guests will get an up-to-date understanding of the mechanisms and consequences of protein aggregation and...

Infusions of young blood may reverse effects of ag...

Giving old mice young blood reversed age-related declines in brain function, muscle strength and stamina, researchers say Blood transfusions rejuvenate mice. Could they do the same for humans? Researchers in the US are closing in on a therapy that could reverse harmful ageing processes in the brain, muscles, heart and other organs. Hopes have been raised by three separate reports released by major journals on Sunday that...

Researchers create protein with potential for weig...

It sounds like a magic bullet: Administer a protein, watch the subject lose weight. But that’s exactly what University of Florida scientists found when they discovered a new way to deliver a protein that helps develop cells that convert fat into energy. The study builds upon on a discovery by Bruce Spiegelman, a cell biologist at the Boston-based Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, who found that human muscles release a hormone...

New Protein Finding Gives Hope to Infertility Pati...

Answering the question of “how do babies come in this world” is not easy at any age. You may laugh now, but as children we all heard the stories about some birds and some bees, some storks or other similar versions, while as adults, we are probably telling our children the same tales, so they can find out later, in an academical environment, the truth about conception and birth. But science went even further in trying to...
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