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Life sciences licensing deals in the second quarter of 2018: updates and trends.

During the second quarter of 2018, Cortellis Competitive Intelligence registered 985 new deals (excluding mergers and acquisitions) with a total disclosed deal value of USD 19.5 billion as part of its ongoing coverage of licensing activity in the life sciences sector compared to 964 and USD 35.6 billion in the first quarter and 1,104 and USD 13.6 billion in the second quarter of 2017. Total deal value in the second quarter did not quite reach the peak of 2014 (paced by Novartis' USD 16 billion purchase of G...


Placement and sales of tobacco products and nicotine replacement therapy in tobacco-free and tobacco-selling pharmacies in Northern California: an observational study.

Although tobacco is the leading preventable cause of death in the USA, it is routinely sold in pharmacies. In 2008, San Francisco became the first city in the USA to pass a tobacco-free pharmacy ordinance. Over the next decade, 171 municipalities enacted similar policies, and in 2018, Massachusetts banned tobacco sales in pharmacies. Our objective was to assess the perceived effects of tobacco-free pharmacy policies on displays, sales, customer visits and counselling.

The relationship between pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs) and the cost of therapies in the US pharmaceutical market: A policy primer for clinicians.

Pharmaceutical benefit managers (PBMs) are playing an increasingly important role in establishing access to pharmaceutical products for patients. PBMs set retail prices for pharmaceutical products, negotiate "rebates" from manufacturers based on total sales volume of products, and achieve several types of postsale price concessions and payments from pharmacies. All of these activities describe a complex flow of funds that has not been transparent to clinicians or to patients. In this article, we describe th...


Obesity: An Emerging Threat.

The World Health Organization (WHO) has identified obesity as a global health threat that has nearly tripled since 1975 (WHO, 2018). In 2016, of the 7.4 billion people in the world, more than 1.9 billion adults 18 years of age and older, were overweight. African-Americans were 1.4 times as likely to be obese as non-Hispanic Whites. Overweight and obesity are defined as abnormal or excessive fat accumulation that may impair health (WHO, 2018). The risk factors associated with obesity are cardiovascular, musc...

Exploring consumers' attitude towards cultured meat in Italy.

Cultured meat may be a novel food that would overcome the limits of conventional meat production. This paper assesses the willingness to try, buy and pay for cultured meat among a sample of Italian consumers, unveiling the attitudes towards an engineered food on the part of a consumer oriented in favour of the Mediterranean diet. A survey was conducted by submitting a questionnaire to 525 Italian consumers. Consumers showed higher agreement with the statements concerning positive externalities than the intr...

Combined Markers to Assess Meat Intake - Human Metabolomic Studies of Discovery and Validation.

Biomarkers of red meat may clarify the relationship between meat intake and health. Herein we discover biomarkers of intake for three types of meat with varying heme content and further evaluate candidate biomarkers for red and general meat based on defined validation criteria.

Effect of NaCl substitutes on the physical, microbial and sensory characteristics of Harbin dry sausage.

The effect of partial replacement of NaCl by using sodium substitutes (SS) on the physical, microbial and sensory characteristics of Harbin dry sausage was investigated. There were three salt formulations, including control (100% NaCl), NaCl partly substituted by KCl (SS1) (70% NaCl and 30% KCl), and NaCl partly substituted by KCl combined with other components (SS2) (70% NaCl, 20% KCl, 3.5% maltodextrin, 4% L-Lys, 1% L-Ala, 0.5% citric acid and 1% Ca-lactate). After a 12-day fermentation, the higher moistu...

Health-motivated taxes on red and processed meat: A modelling study on optimal tax levels and associated health impacts.

The consumption of red and processed meat has been associated with increased mortality from chronic diseases, and as a result, it has been classified by the World Health Organization as carcinogenic (processed meat) and probably carcinogenic (red meat) to humans. One policy response is to regulate red and processed meat consumption similar to other carcinogens and foods of public health concerns. Here we describe a market-based approach of taxing red and processed meat according to its health impacts.

Consumers' preferences for freezing of meat to prevent toxoplasmosis- A stated preference approach.

Consumption of raw or undercooked meat increases the risk of infection with Toxoplasma gondii. Freezing meat products can eliminate this risk. Freezing of meat may affect consumers' valuation of meat products in two different ways: it may be valued positively because of increased food safety or valued negatively because of (perceived) loss of quality. In a Discrete Choice Experiment on four different meat products we studied the difference in willingness to pay for frozen and non-frozen meat products in the...

Age and sex-related differences in performance, carcass traits, hemato-biochemical parameters, and meat quality in Japanese quails.

The effect of sex and age of Japanese quails (Coturnix japonica) on their performance, blood biochemical parameters, carcass traits, and meat quality was evaluated in this experiment. A total of 450, 3-wk-old Japanese quails (225 males and 225 females) were equally divided into six groups (75 birds each) in a 2 × 3 factorial design, including two sex (male and female) and three slaughter ages (5, 6, and 7 wk of age). Each group was subdivided into five replicates each of 15 birds. The body weight (BW) and ...

Meat quality evaluation based on computer vision technique: A review.

Nowadays people tend to include more meat in their diet thanks to the improvement in standards of living as well as an increase in awareness of meat nutritive values. To ensure public health, therefore, there is a need for a rise in worldwide meat production and consumption. Further attention is also required as to how the safety and the quality of meat production process should be assessed. Classical methods of meat quality assessment, however, have some disadvantages; expensive and time-consuming. This st...

The use of commercial food purchase data for public health nutrition research: A systematic review.

Traditional methods of dietary assessment have their limitations and commercial sources of food sales and purchase data are increasingly suggested as an additional source to measuring diet at the population level. However, the potential uses of food sales data are less well understood. The aim of this review is to establish how sales data on food and soft drink products from third-party companies have been used in public health nutrition research.

Identification of meat from yak and cattle using SNP markers with integrated allele-specific polymerase chain reaction-capillary electrophoresis method.

Correct species identification is necessary for meat product quality assurance. Genetic markers are useful tools to accurately determine the animal source of meat products. To better protect yak meat and its products, ten single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) loci from bovine meat-related genes and one positive control primer set were selected to discriminate meat sourced from yak or cattle. A multiplex allele-specific polymerase chain reaction and capillary electrophoresis method was employed for SNP genoty...

Strategies for overcoming aversion to unnaturalness: The case of clean meat.

Clean meat (grown from animal cells rather than rearing animals) has the potential to address many concerns associated with meat production. However, research suggests that the perceived unnaturalness of clean meat could be a barrier to consumer acceptance. This study investigated the efficacy of different messages designed to address consumers' concerns about clean meat naturalness. In an experimental design, participants read one of four messages: clean meat is natural, conventional meat is unnatural, nat...

ICH NP/APNN 2018 conference advances the NP role globally.

Effect of breast myopathies on quality and microbial shelf life of broiler meat.

To evaluate the impact of emerging myopathies on meat quality and microbial shelf life, 48 normal, 48 white striped (WS), and 48 wooden breasts (WB) were stored for 11 d at 4°C aerobically and analyzed at 24, 72, 120, 168, 216, and 264 h post-mortem. Normal breasts showed lower (P < 0.001) redness index (-0.88 vs. -0.41 and -0.43) and cooking losses (22.0 vs. 23.8 vs. 26.9%) than those of WS and WB meat. Normal and WS breasts exhibited higher protein content than that in WB meat (23.9 and 23.2 vs. 21....

Giving pork the chop: Response inhibition training to reduce meat intake.

Meat consumption is damaging to the environment, health and animal welfare. Despite a growing interest in reducing meat intake, many people eat too much. This is partly due to the pleasure associated with eating meat. Research has used go/no-go response inhibition training (RIT) to reduce the intake and reward value (liking) of snack foods. However, RIT has not yet been applied to meat. We investigated whether an internet-delivered RIT with meat pictures would reduce meat intake and liking relative to a non...

What's in a name? Consumer perceptions of in vitro meat under different names.

ology could enable consumers to circumvent the ethical and environmental issues associated with meat-eating. However, consumer acceptance of IVM is uncertain, and is partly dependent on how the product is framed. This study investigated the effect of different names for IVM on measures of consumer acceptance. Participants (N = 185) were allocated to one of four conditions in an experimental design in which the product name was manipulated to be 'clean meat', 'cultured meat', 'animal free meat', or 'lab ...

Red meat consumption and metabolic syndrome in the Costa Rica Heart Study.

Several epidemiologic investigations have found associations between the consumption of red meat and the metabolic syndrome (MetS). Very few studies have looked at populations undergoing the nutrition transition with smaller levels of red meat consumption than those in Westernized countries. In this population-based cross-sectional study, we examined the association between red meat consumption and MetS in Costa Rican adults, a population with comparably lower consumption of red meat.

Prohibition of tobacco sales to minors in France and Quebec. Comparison of legislative frameworks, their enforcement, and underage smoking.

Prohibition of tobacco sales to minors is a provision of the World Health Organization Framework Convention on tobacco control. This measure is effective to reduce youth tobacco use, if the legislation adopted is properly implemented and enforced. Through the examples of France and Quebec, the objective of this study is to compare legislative frameworks prohibiting tobacco sales to minors, their enforcement, and possible impact on underage smoking.

Association between processed meat intake and asthma symptoms in the French NutriNet-Santé cohort.

Processed meat intake may adversely affect lung health, but data on asthma remains sparse. The magnitude of the processed meat-asthma association may also depend on other unhealthy behaviors. We investigated the association between processed meat intake and the asthma symptom score, and the combined role of unhealthy weight, smoking, low diet quality, and high processed meat intake on the asthma score.

Thermal Inactivation of Listeria monocytogenes in Crab Meat.

Listeria monocytogenes is an important bacterial pathogen in seafood products, but limited information is currently available on the thermal resistance of relevant isolates in seafood. Thermal inactivation studies were undertaken (i) to provide much needed thermal inactivation data for L. monocytogenes in crab meat and (ii) to investigate whether tryptone soya broth (TSB) is representative of crab meat in thermal inactivation studies involving L. monocytogenes. D-values were obtained for a cocktail of two c...

A comparison study of meat eaters and non-meat eaters on mind attribution and moral disengagement of animals.

This study aims to explore how the distinction between animals that humans consume (AHCs) and pet animals influence meat eaters' and non-meat eaters' perceived mind attribution on animals and moral disengagement. Following this, a two-way mixed ANOVA with repeated measures on the type of animals being slaughtered and type of eaters was conducted. For meat-eaters, perceived mental capacity ratings for AHCs were lower than pet animals. For non-meat eaters, the difference between these animals was negligible. ...

Detection of adulteration with duck meat in minced lamb meat by using visible near-infrared hyperspectral imaging.

This paper described a rapid and non-destructive method based on visible near-infrared (Vis-NIR) hyperspectral imaging system (400-1000 nm) for detection adulteration with duck meat in minced lamb. The multiple average of the reference spectral and a predicted relative spatial distribution coefficient were applied in this study to reduce the noise of the spectra. The PLSR model with selected wavelengths achieved better results than others with determination of coefficients (R) of 0.98, and standard error ...

Reducing meat consumption: Identifying group-specific inhibitors using latent profile analysis.

Consumption of animal products is an important greenhouse gas emitting behavior. However, perceived hindrances to incorporating more plant-based diets present challenges for the successful design of behavior-change interventions. Latent profile analysis of survey responses revealed three distinct groups. Meat-reducers perceive the fewest inhibitors and are the most willing to incorporate more meat-free days in their diets. Moderate-hindrance meat eaters perceive many more inhibitors, and are hindered by a l...


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