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May 15, Vol. 38, No. 10

  • Feature Articles

    • With Digital PCR, the Rare Becomes Routine
    • Lynne Lederman
    • Even standard polymerase chain reaction ( PCR ) technology should, in principle, boost weak mutant signals so that they may emerge from all the genomic noise emitted by wild-type sequences Yet standard PCR , for all its sequence-amplifying and signal-boosting ... more »
    • Managing Biosimilars Is Like Herding Copycats
    • Richard A. Stein
    • Biosimilars, or copycats of biologic drugs, stray from clearly defined categories Each biosimilar comes from a unique biomanufacturing environment and, consequently, possesses unique chemical attributes, which may or may not prove to be clinically relevant—most likely not (but worth checking)... more »
    • GEN Roundup: Bioprocess Filtration Adjusts for S...
    • Imagine you’re a biologic molecule moving downstream, passing one bioprocessing “stretch of road” after another, immobilizing here, eluting there, squeezing through resins and membranes, and then, finally, reaching the end of your travels along with your fellow molecules, fully concentrated ... more »
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