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Looking back to 2018

8 January 2019

Oh dear, too much food and celebrations for the past weeks. Time to throw out the Christmas tree, rip off the seasonal lights, clean the table, and focus our sight firmly forward. However, while waiting to see the sun rise again above the northern snow blanket, it is a good moment to shortly look back to 2018.
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Christmas is almost here

18 December 2018

Once again, it’s that time of the year when everybody is rushing to finish their various projects before the year is over. Everyone’s calendar is full and the working pace in the lab and office is at its highest. This can be very stressful time and one should use every opportunity to relax during these hectic weeks.
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Biologics vs small molecule drugs – what’s the difference?

19 November 2018

Biologics-based drugs have been increasing their market share over the last decade and the number of companies working with biologics keeps on growing. Last year, 17 new biologics-based drugs were approved by FDA, being the highest yearly approved number of biologics so far. The advances in biotechnology and analytical techniques have facilitated the development in the field, and will most likely continue doing so in the future.
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The ADME-Tox e-book series completed

8 October 2018

Our ADME-Tox e-book series, launched in April 2017, was just completed by the release of the fifth book “Permeability and transporters”. The e-book series was initiated to provide an easy-to-read source of information for those willing to learn more about ADME-Tox. The e-books have been written by our study directors, elucidating the science behind their areas of expertise for the readers.
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CYP induction assays – which way to go?

5 September 2018

In drug discovery and development, there are often several options available for addressing research questions, which may vary considerably in laboriousness, costs and the level of data they produce. Therefore, it is important to choose the right study set up at the right time to obtain correct and relevant answers for the project. As an example of different study approaches, let’s have a look at alternatives for studying CYP enzyme induction in vitro.
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