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GEN Exclusives

GEN Exclusives provide you with unique, in-depth, and critical coverage of key industry developments, market moving events, and scientific advances, as well as interviews with life science thought leaders. Also included are feature articles from GEN’s print edition.

  • Arrivederci, GINA
    New rules on protecting genetic privacy are under way, as study rekindles debate over sharing vs. protecting data.
  • New Life for Embryonic Stem Cells
    Positive results from new studies show that ESCs still hold much potential for regenerative medicine.
  • No Passage to India
    Private investment dearth clouds the future of the subcontinent’s fast-growing biopharma industry.
  • Transgenic Salmon Prove Tough to Tackle
    Many salvos have been fired to prevent the introduction of genetically engineered fish into commercial aquaculture.
  • SBIR Thinks Smaller
    New rules taking effect on January 28 aim to draw investor-owned smaller biopharmas to the federal grant program and STTR, its companion.
  • Literature Review: Mega-Selection
    Researchers present a method that uses combinatorial antibody libraries to endow cells with new binding energy landscapes to regulate their phenotypes.
  • Not Quite 1918, but Flu Still Deadly
    Authorities and manufacturers look ahead to new vaccines and immunization efforts while scrambling to deal with spot shortages.
  • Scratching and Clawing for Sales
    The animal pharma industry’s tail is wagging as more and more people invest in medical care for their pets.
  • Building a Self-Destructive Mosquito
    Genetically modified mosquitos could be a way to curb the spread of dengue fever in Florida.
  • Getting FDA to Yes
    As PDUFA, patent cliff drive 2012 approvals, can industry keep cranking out new molecules?

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