Category: Drug Development Research

Imaging the Future of Therapeutics

The Evolution of What?

Since the earth was born and man was created, there has been much evolution in the universe. Man, as a species, has evolved to what we are today (and we continue to evolve over time). This in itself is a complex topic, but perhaps we can reflect on an interesting aspect of evolution – with…
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7 Wonders of the [PreClinical] World

Ever had a sleepless night wondering what miracles exist in the preclinical world that enable studies to support research pipelines? Me neither. But let’s explore in a humorous way and have some fun… If you work in the medical field, you know how important preclinical trials can be. Often, when you hear about clinical trials,…
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Lookin’ for Drugs in all the Wrong Places…

Lookin’ for Love in too many Faces… As the Johnny Lee song goes, quite often we are looking for “love” in all the wrong places – but for purposes here, we are going to define “love” as Pharmaceutical Drug Development. In the world of Drug Development, many are looking for solutions during the process –…
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Important New Drug Development Research from Ionis Pharmaceuticals

As presented at SOT annual meeting, Baltimore MD   A wide array of drugs has adverse effects on platelet numbers and function making assays of in vivo platelet function so important in drug development. Platelets serve a critical role in hemostasis. Platelet (PLT) homeostasis is normally tightly regulated with PLT production in the bone marrow…
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