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Third-quarter biotech job picture.

New Nonprofit Biotech From Bill and Melinda Gates.

Biotech leaders call for free press.

US law threatens flow of foreign capital to biotech sector.

Genetic data sharing: a new type of capital.

Over the last three decades, various biotech companies, mostly in North America, have become experts in the production, processing and analysis of large volumes of genetic data. They have surpassed the performance of traditional academic platforms, by appropriating a new economic model: the two-sided market. Thus, by applying web 2.0 ideas, these biotech companies have made it possible for millions of users to produce and "share" data including genetic data, with each other and with third parties through a...

A comparison of different farrowing systems - Part 1: Effects on the activity of the sow.

The aim of this study was to determine whether a 3-axis accelerometer (MSR 145B V5.106, MSR Electronics GmbH, Seuzach, Switzerland) can continuously record and display the activity behaviour of sows over the farrowing period. A standing position was defined as activity and non-standing positions as rest.

Field study on loose farrowing in cold barns.

The aim of this field study was to examine the loose farrowing system in view of practicability, particularly to monitor piglet losses and their causes, on a farm proceeding in accordance with the BIO AUSTRIA production guidelines from summer 2015 until summer 2017. The so-called "Ethobox" (HAKA, Josef Häufele GmbH & Co. KG, Erbach-Dellmensingen, Germany) had been installed into two cold barns with access to outdoor areas.

Evaluation of the real-world impact of rotational thromboelastometry-guided transfusion protocol in patients undergoing proximal aortic surgery.

Complex aortic procedures are potentially associated with important blood loss and coagulopathy. The aim of this study was to assess the impact of rotational thromboelastometry (ROTEM, Tem International GmBH, Munich, Germany) on transfusion requirements after proximal aortic operations in a real-world setting.

Benefits of Robotic Camera Assistance in Minimally Invasive Bariatric Procedures: Prospective Clinical Trial Using a Joystick-Guided Camera-Holder.

While minimally invasive surgery is a growing sector in medicine, camera assistance remains a problem. Especially in bariatric surgery, the assistant holding the camera faces certain challenges. Furthermore, unless the surgeon controls the camera movement themselves, they will be challenged by an unstable image. The aim of this study was to investigate the benefits of a robotic camera assistant (SoloAssist®, AKTORmed™ GmbH, Barbing, Germany) in bariatric surgery.

Detection of Transgenic Proteins by Immunoassays.

Rapid development and global cultivation of genetically modified (GM) crops necessitated the use of analytical tools that detect GM crops throughout the product life cycle. Antibody-based immunoassays such as enzyme-linked immunosorbent assays (ELISA) are instrumental in detecting protein expression in transgenic plants. These analytical tools are used throughout development, regulatory registration, commercialization, and stewardship of biotech products. Here we describe the Cry1F ELISA analytical method p...

The Complexity of Compliance in Sample Management: A Review of Key Issues Impacting Small-Molecule and Biological Sample Management in Early Drug Discovery.

The discovery of new medicines has become increasingly more challenging and requires significant collaboration between pharma, biotech, academia, and technology to be successful. These partnerships necessitate the streamlined exchange of samples while adhering to the increasingly complex set of legal and proprietary restrictions, government legislation, and ethical considerations associated with samples. There is a significant volume of literature published on clinical sample compliance but little describin...

Multiscale heterogeneity in filamentous microbes.

Microbial cells within clonal populations can display different morphologies or carry out different tasks. This heterogeneity is beneficial at the population level and allows microbes to spread risk or separate incompatible activities. Heterogeneity is also evident in filamentous bacteria and fungi, which form mycelial networks consisting of interconnected hyphae. Here, heterogeneity is observed between clonal mycelial particles, between different zones of colonies, between adjacent hyphae and even between ...

China Medicinal Biotech Association, Chinese Association of Digestive Disease and Chinese Society of Gastroenterology Consensus on standard biobanking of the gut microbiota.

Biobanks are collections of various biological samples and their related information. These samples include organs, tissues, cells, blood, body fluids, secretions, excretions and biological macromolecular derivatives from healthy or diseased individuals that are collected, processed, stored and utilized under standard procedures. Sample-related information consists of clinical information, test results, pathology, imaging, treatment, follow-up visits and informed patient consent as well as quality control, ...

Evaluation of Physicochemical Properties of New Calcium Silicate-Based Sealer.

This study aimed to evaluate the physicochemical properties of a calcium silicate-based sealer (Sealer Plus BC; MK Life, Porto Alegre, Brazil) compared with an epoxy-resin sealer (AH Plus; Dentsply DeTrey GmbH, Konstanz, Germany). Initial and final setting time was assessed based on ISO 6876:2012 and ASTM C266:03. Calcium ion release and pH were evaluated by filling polyethylene tubes with sealers and then immersing them in 10 mL of deionized water. Following experimental periods of 1, 24, 72 and 168 hours,...

Programmable Molecular Scissors: Applications of a New Tool for Genome Editing in Biotech.

Targeted genome editing is an advanced technique that enables precise modification of the nucleic acid sequences in a genome. Genome editing is typically performed using tools, such as molecular scissors, to cut a defined location in a specific gene. Genome editing has impacted various fields of biotechnology, such as agriculture; biopharmaceutical production; studies on the structure, regulation, and function of the genome; and the creation of transgenic organisms and cell lines. Although genome editing is...

An industry update: the latest developments in therapeutic delivery covering September 2018.

The present industry update covers the period 1-30 September 2018, with information sourced from company press releases, regulatory and patent agencies as well as scientific literature. Various technologies using reformulations of know drugs with nanoparticles, hydrogels, aerosols, etc. emerged in new financing rounds (BioTime; CA, USA, SiSaf; Guildford, UK, Cassion Biotech; TX, USA), intellectual property protection (TFF Pharmaceuticals; TX, USA), repackaging (Leiters; CA, USA) and reformulation (Virpax Ph...

Creating Targeted Gene Knockouts in Brassica oleracea Using CRISPR/Cas9.

While public and political views on genetic modification (inserting "foreign" genes to elicit new traits) have resulted in limited exploitation of the technology in some parts of the world, the new era of genome editing (to edit existing genes to gain new traits/genetic variation) has the potential to change the biotech landscape. Genome editing offers a faster and simpler approach to gene knockout in both single and multiple genetic locations, within a single or small number of generations, in a way that h...

Sequential Solution Polymerization of Poly(3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene) Using VO as Oxidant for Flexible Touch Sensors.

Various in situ synthesis methods have been developed for the polymerization of 3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene monomers, such as electropolymerization, oxidative chemical vapor deposition, and vapor phase polymerization. Meeting industrial requirements through these techniques has, however, proven challenging. Here, we introduce an alternative method to fabricate highly conductive poly(3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene) (PEDOT) films in situ by solution means. The process involves sequential deposition of oxidants (VO...

The impact of lipid metabolism on the rate of aging of patients with arterial hypertension.

Now atherosclerosis is even more often positioned as the natural hereditary determined process determining the rate of aging of an organism and life expectancy. Research objective: to study correlation interrelations between indicators of a lipidic profile and rate of aging of men with an arterial hypertension. We have conducted a one-stage research of 123 male patients (middle age 52,4±0,60 years). The main group (I) was made by patients with the arterial hypertension (AH) of the II stage of high risk. Th...

Hemoadsorption does not Affect Hemolysis During Cardiopulmonary Bypass.

Cardiopulmonary bypass (CPB) induces hemolysis, which manifests as plasma free hemoglobin. We investigated in a post hoc analysis of a single-center, blinded, controlled study whether the use of a novel hemoadsorption device (CytoSorb, CytoSorbents Europe GmbH, Berlin, Germany) affects hemolysis during CPB. A total of 35 patients undergoing elective CPB surgery with an expected CPB duration of more than 120 min were included in the analysis. The hemoadsorption device was used in 17 patients (intervention gr...

The GRE over the entire range of scores lacks predictive ability for PhD outcomes in the biomedical sciences.

The association between GRE scores and academic success in graduate programs is currently of national interest. GRE scores are often assumed to be predictive of student success in graduate school. However, we found no such association in admission data from Vanderbilt's Initiative for Maximizing Student Diversity (IMSD), which recruited historically underrepresented students for graduate study in the biomedical sciences at Vanderbilt University spanning a wide range of GRE scores. This study avoids the typi...

Inhibition of Cross-Reactive Carbohydrate Determinants in Allergy Diagnostics.

Despite being clinically largely irrelevant, antibodies against cross-reactive carbohydrate determinants (CCD) are an important issue in the in vitro diagnostics, as they may produce false positive or falsely elevated results of the immunoglobulin E class (asIgE) in relation to the actually present level of asIgE. The present chapter demonstrates an effective resolution of this diagnostic issue by the use of a CCD inhibitor in in vitro tests. A synthetic CCD inhibitor, Polycheck® CCD inhibitor, was used in...

Rapid antibiotic susceptibility testing on blood cultures using MALDI-TOF MS.

Antibiotic resistance is a major public health problem requiring the early optimization of antibiotic prescriptions. Matrix-Assisted Laser Desorption Ionization-Time Of Flight Mass Spectrometry (MALDI-TOF MS) has been shown to accurately identify bacteria from positive blood culture. Here, we developed a rapid detection of Escherichia coli resistance to amoxicillin (AMX) and cefotaxime (CTX) from positive blood culture based on MALDI-TOF MS. Potential sparing of broad-spectrum antibiotics was also evaluated...

Evaluation of an ear-attached accelerometer for detecting estrus events in indoor housed dairy cows.

Precision dairy farming technologies have tremendous potential to improve and support farmers in herd management decisions, particularly in reproductive management. Nowadays, estrus detection in cows is challenging and several supporting tools are available. In this study, a 3D-accelerometer integrated into an ear-tag (SMARTBOW, Smartbow GmbH, Weibern, Austria) was used for the detection of cows in estrus. Movement pattern based on accelerometer data were analyzed and processed by algorithms and machine lea...

CRISPR/Cas9 and CAR-T cell, collaboration of two revolutionary technologies in cancer immunotherapy, an instruction for successful cancer treatment.

Clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeats/CRISPR associated nuclease9 (CRISPR/Cas9) technology, an acquired immune system in bacteria and archaea, has provided a new tool for accurately genome editing. Using only a single nuclease protein in complex with 2 short RNA as a site-specific endonuclease made it a simple and flexible genome editing tool to target nearly any genomic locus. Due to recent developments in therapeutic engineered T cell and effective responses of CD19-directed chimeric a...

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