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Showing News Articles 1–25 of 441 from European Pharmaceutical Review

Tuesday 16th October 2018

Ketamine could be as effective as morphine

Ketamine may be a favourable option in comparison to an opioid, especially for patients with opioid use disorders, or substance use disorders... The post Ketamine could be as effective as morphine appeared first on European Pharmaceutical Review.

Researchers aim to identify better drug ‘fits’ using technology

The technology aligns with Purdue's Giant Leaps celebration, acknowledging the university's global advancements made in health... The post Researchers aim to identify better drug ‘fits’ using technology appeared first on European Pharmaceutical Review.

Monday 15th October 2018

Therapeutic cell manufacture could be controlled by molecular exchanger

The Dynamic Mass Spectrometry Probe uses microfluidic technology to help separate compounds of interest from the salts in less than a minute... The post Therapeutic cell manufacture could be controlled by molecular exchanger appeared first on European Pharmaceutical Review.

NIR spectroscopy could improve flu vaccine manufacture

NIR spectroscopy could be used to improve the manufacture of flu vaccines by showing optimal times of harvesting cells and detecting problems quicker... The post NIR spectroscopy could improve flu vaccine manufacture appeared first on European Pharmaceutical Review.

Friday 12th October 2018

Benzodiazepines could increase suicide risk in COPD and PTSD patients

A study from the VA Puget Sound Healthcare System has found a link between the use of benzodiazepines and suicide in patients with COPD or PTSD... The post Benzodiazepines could increase suicide risk in COPD and PTSD patients appeared first on

Adoptive T-cell therapy treats rare brain infection PML

The rare brain infection, progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy, in people with brain cancer could be treated using adoptive T-cell therapy... The post Adoptive T-cell therapy

Thursday 11th October 2018

Chromosomal instability could predict patients that will benefit from Avastin

A key drug used to treat colorectal cancer could have more specific application using a test to show which patients would respond best to the treatment... The post Chromosomal instability could predict patients that will benefit from Avastin appeared first on

Detecting early-stage lung cancer when surgical cure is possible

A method using blood tests could enable clinicians to detect and diagnose early-stage lung cancer in order that surgery could be used as a treatment... The post Detecting early-stage lung cancer when surgical cure is possible appeared first on

Wednesday 10th October 2018

Nanoreactors to synthesise organic substances

After two years of research, a RUDN chemist has developed a type of photocatalyst made from titanium dioxide to help the synthesis of organic substances... The post Nanoreactors to synthesise organic substances appeared first on European Pharmaceutical Review.

Genomic effect of cancer treatment in clinical trials

A research team from The University of Pennsylvania have analysed the genomic effect of a cancer drug currently in clinical trials... The post Genomic effect of cancer treatment in clinical trials appeared first on

Tuesday 9th October 2018

Nanoparticles useful in treating venomous snakebites

In the future, venomous snakebites could be treated using nanoparticles to bind the venom toxins and prevent them from spreading around the body... The post Nanoparticles useful in treating venomous snakebites appeared first on European Pharmaceutical Review.

A tailored and efficacious cancer vaccine platform

Researchers at the University of Helsinki have discovered a solution in the form of a cancer vaccine platform for improving the efficacy of oncolytic viruses used in cancer treatment. Researchers at the Faculty of Pharmacy at the University have developed PeptiENV, a cancer vaccine platform, which can be used to improve the therapeutic efficacy of […] The post

Monday 8th October 2018

Weight loss drug shows positive effects on diabetes

Lorcaserin decreased risk for diabetes, induced diabetes remission and reduced risk of diabetes complications in obese and overweight patients... The post

Ovarian cancer risks may be lowered with aspirin

A Harvard Chan School of Public Health study showed aspirin specifically in low doses could lower the risk of ovarian cancer... The post Ovarian cancer risks may be lowered with aspirin appeared first on

Friday 5th October 2018

Multicolour 3D images build from 2D using super-resolution microscopy

Researchers have developed a method of exploiting fluorescence in microscopy to generate 3D images of organelles and structures within cells from 2D images... The post Multicolour 3D images build from 2D using super-resolution microscopy appeared first on European Pharmaceutical Review.

The new standard foldable IBC for international logistics

Schoeller Allibert’s new standard foldable intermediate bulk container (IBC) is designed for international logistics. The Combo Excelsior® was created to meet the latest expectations of the food processing, cosmetics and pharmaceutical industries. Safe, hygienic and efficient, it offers the best logistics solution on the market for maximised

Chemotherapy could lead to mitochondrial dysfunction in skeletal muscle

Chemotherapy drugs commonly used in breast cancer leads to a decrease in muscle mitochondria, and could result in fatigue after treatment... The post Chemotherapy could lead to mitochondrial dysfunction in skeletal muscle

Pharmaceutical glass packaging market to grow at 6% CAGR

North America dominates the global market for pharmaceutical glass packaging, due to the region’s technical innovation and strong demand for pharmaceutical products... The post Pharmaceutical glass packaging market to grow at 6% CAGR appeared first on European Pharmaceutical Review.

Thursday 4th October 2018

Lixisenatide prevents damage to kidneys in diabetes and CVD patients

Lixisenatide has shown prevention of kidney damage in patients with type 2 diabetes or cardiovascular disease through a study by the EASD... The post

Peak Scientific gas generators go mobile in Canada with Molecular Science Corporation

Peak Scientific, a global leader in gas generation for analytical laboratories, has recently partnered with Ontario-based Molecular Science Corp. (MSC) to supply nitrogen gas generation systems on their first mobile laboratory aimed at the rapidly expanding cannabis testing and research sector... The post

Drug repurposing to treat major infectious diseases

A team of researchers have combine three drug databases in the hope of repurposing drugs to treat current major infectious diseases like TB... The post Drug repurposing to treat major infectious diseases appeared first on European Pharmaceutic

Wednesday 3rd October 2018

Electromagnetic imaging using portable microwave devices

The EMERALD project is supporting 13 PhD students for the development of a portable imaging device that can allow real-time imaging... The post Electromagnetic imaging using portable microwave devices appeared first on European Pharmaceutical Review.

Ultra-thin meta lens enables full colour imaging

A meta lens developed by researchers at only one micron thick, has the ability to perform better than any compound lens currently available... The post Ultra-thin meta lens enables full colour imaging appeared first on European Pharmaceutical Review.

Tuesday 2nd October 2018

Sildenafil could be linked to irreversible colour vision damage

Retinal damage and long term vision problems have been identified in a patient who took a dose of slidenafil citrate over the recommended limit... The post Sildenafil could be linked to irreversible colour vision damage appeared first on European Pharmaceutical Review.

Could viagra be linked to irreversible colour vision damage?

Retinal damage and long term vision problems have been identified in a patient who took a dose of slidenafil citrate over the recommended limit... The post Could viagra be linked to irreversible colour vision damage? appeared first on European Pharmaceutical Review.


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