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International Plasma Awareness Week: Plasma Donors Are The Foundation

ANNAPOLIS, Md., Oct. 9, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- The fifth annual International Plasma Awareness Week (IPAW) will be celebrated October 8-14. A joint initiative of the Plasma Protein Therapeutics Association (PPTA) and its member companies, IPAW is designed to: Raise global awareness about source plasma collection Recognize the generous contributions of plasma donors in saving and ...


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Global Plasma Protein Therapeutics Market Research Report 20112023 [Report Updated: 12092017] Prices from USD $2450

SummaryPlasma Protein Therapeutics is use blood products to treat disease.Human blood plasma is nature's raw material for dozens of lifesaving treatments and medications. By extracting the active ingredients and disinfection, people get related preparations from blood plasma, which is called blood product.The global Plasma Protein Therapeutics market will reach xxx Million USD in 2017 with CAGR xx...

Complete protein–protein association kinetics in atomic detail revealed by molecular dynamics simulations and Markov modelling

Uncovering the microscopic details of protein–protein association via direct molecular dynamics (MD) simulations has been prevented by the excessive lifetimes of associated states. Now, association and dissociation for the barnase–barstar complex has been studied by adaptive high-throughput MD simulations and Markov modelling, revealing intermediate structures, energetics and kinetics on micro...


Global Plasma Protein Therapeutics Market Data Survey Report 2025 [Report Updated: 10102017] Prices from USD $1500

SummaryPlasma Protein Therapeutics is use blood products to treat disease.Human blood plasma is nature's raw material for dozens of lifesaving treatments and medications. By extracting the active ingredients and disinfection, people get related preparations from blood plasma, which is called blood product. The main contents of the report including:Global market size and forecastRegional market siz...

Drug development co Kamada raises $15m on Nasdaq

Based in Rehovot, Kamada is a plasma-derived protein therapeutics company focused on orphan indications.

Single-molecule imaging reveals receptor–G protein interactions at cell surface hot spots

G-protein-coupled receptors mediate the biological effects of many hormones and neurotransmitters and are important pharmacological targets. They transmit their signals to the cell interior by interacting with G proteins. However, it is unclear how receptors and G proteins meet, interact and couple. Here we analyse the concerted motion of G-protein-coupled receptors and G proteins on the plasma me...

Biologists Discover New Mechanisms of Protein Transport in Plant Cells

Biologists led by Prof. Erika Isono from Konstanz University have discovered a previously unknown function of the SH3P2 protein, which has an important role in protein transport. Plasma membrane proteins that will be degraded are transported to the vacoule, the largest compartment in the plant cell. For this reason, the transport pathway of a prote...

Medical News Today: Donating plasma: What are the side effects and risks?

Plasma is an important resource in healthcare, and plasma donation helps to save lives. Learn about plasma donation, what occurs, and the side effects.

Global CReactive Protein Test CRP Market Data Survey Report 2025 [Report Updated: 06092017] Prices from USD $1500

SummaryCreactive protein CRP is an annular ringshaped, pentameric protein found in blood plasma, whose levels rise in response to inflammation. C Reactive Protein TestCRP is the C reactive protein CRP assay kit which is used for research and for diagnostic. It can detect the Creactive protein in human serum and plasma samples.The global CReactive Protein Test CRP market will reach xxx Million USD...

Kamada nets $14.1mm in FOPO

Kamada Ltd. netted $14.1mm in a follow-on public offering through the sale of 3.3mm shares at $4.50. The company will use the...

The turbulent healing powers of plasma

(American Institute of Physics) Non-equilibrium atmospheric pressure plasma can help heal wounds, destroy cancer cells and kill harmful bacteria. The jets of plasma that doctors might use, however, often become turbulent with the direction and velocity changing dramatically. Now, researchers have found this turbulence likely emerges from heat-induced sound waves generated at the plasma electrodes....

New Paper from WuXi AppTec on Shortening Timelines for Bioprocessing of Protein-Based Therapeutics

Sartorius Stedim Biotech (SSB) today announced a new paper entitled, ‘Shortening Timelines for Upstream Bioprocessing of Protein-based Therapeutics’ has been published in the journal, BioPharma Asia. The paper details how scientists at leading Asian pharmaceutical company, WuXi AppTec are using the ambr® 15 automated micro bioreactor system to mimic bench-top and pr...

Immunoassay Systems Compared for Trisomy Screenings

The biochemical serum markers free β-human chorionic gonadotropin (hCGβ) and pregnancy associated plasma protein A (PAPP-A) are used in screening...

Tech Start-Up Makes Random Food Sampling a Thing of the Past

New York, NY, June 10, 2017 --(PR.com)-- Plasma Nutrition will add a new layer of security to its protein processing technology this month, with the launch of ioSurance™, a proprietary, fully automated QA/QC process for batch-by-batch testing. Earlier this year, the startup finalized the development of Ingredient Optimization™, a patent pending technology that changes the structure o...

Anima Biotech: Translation Control Therapeutics

Anima Biotech is pioneering Translation Control Therapeutics, a new class of drugs that control protein translation. Yochi Slonim discusses with Fintan Walton thier novel drug discovery platform that enables a new therapeutic strategy to approach hard or undruggable protein targets where existing methods have failed for decades.

BPL Plasma Celebrates International Plasma Awareness Week

PHOENIX, Oct. 9, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- BPL Plasma, one of the fastest growing plasma collection companies in the United States, is pleased to join the global community in recognizing International Plasma Awareness Week from October 8 – 14, 2017.  During the week, the center will recognize the contributions of our donors – ordinary people with a passion for saving and improving lives, and r...

Protein Plus LLC to Exhibit at Florida Assisted Living Association Conference and Trade Show ...

Attendees have the opportunity to sample products and receive special trade show discounts in booth #401 ORLANDO, FL--(Marketwired - Jul 11, 2017) - Protein Read more...

CSL () - Continued growth from plasma and vaccines

Edison Investment Research - Pharmaceutical & healthcare - CSL: CSL is in a strong position as the leading supplier of plasma-derived products globally, including treatments for haemophilia, inherited immune disorders (IID) and other rare diseases. It has generated consistent growth through strategic acquisitions to build scale combined with organic growth from novel therapeutics and value-added p...

Kamada nets $16.2mm in FOPO

Kamada Ltd. netted $16.2mm in a follow-on public offering through the sale of 3.8mm shares (including full exercise of the 50...

ER-plasma membrane contact sites contribute to autophagosome biogenesis by regulation of local PI3P synthesis

The double-membrane-bound autophagosome is formed by the closure of a structure called the phagophore, origin of which is still unclear. The endoplasmic reticulum (ER) is clearly implicated in autophagosome biogenesis due to the presence of the omegasome subdomain positive for DFCP1, a phosphatidyl-inositol-3-phosphate (PI3P) binding protein. Contribution of other membrane sources, like the plasma...

Biosimilar insulin lispro shown not inferior to Humalog in efficacy or safety

A study comparing the safety and efficacy of SAR342434, a biosimilar (follow-on form) of insulin lispro-Humalog, found it to be comparable to that of the brand name drug in patients also using insulin glargine. The phase 3, randomized SORELLA 1 trial evaluated changes in HbA1c, fasting plasma glucose, and self-monitored plasma glucose levels, as well as hypoglycemic events, and the results are pub...

Detection of dysregulated protein-association networks by high-throughput proteomics predicts cancer vulnerabilities

Multiplexed mass spectrometry analysis of breast cancer cell lines uncovers co-regulation of protein abundance that predicts the vulnerabilities of different cancers to drugs.

Apheresis System with Secondary Devices Evaluated

Therapeutic plasma exchange (TPE) reduces the levels of pathological factors circulating in the patient’s plasma and it relieves symptoms or...

Fasting glucose as a marker for greater weight loss on a high-fiber, low-glycemic diet

(Tufts University, Health Sciences Campus) Preliminary study data presented at the American Diabetes Association's 77th Scientific Sessions finds that study participants with high fasting plasma glucose lost more weight than those with low fasting plasma glucose when following a high-fiber, low-glycemic load diet. Data from the Healthy Weight for Living Study was used to conduct this new analysis.

Cellular Messaging Finding Opens Door to New Drug-Delivery Methods

Harvard scientists say a recently discovered cellular messaging mechanism might lead to a new approach for delivering therapeutics to diseased tissues. The team, from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, found that a type of extracellular vesicle (EV) known as ARMMs, or arrestin domain-containing protein 1 (ARRDC1)-mediated microvesicles, also carries receptors that allow signaling witho...


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