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Multi-Client Reports

Biopharmaceutical Farming

Publication Date: January 2003

Using plants to produce biopharmaceuticals is being touted as the next generation manufacturing process for monoclonal antibodies and recombinant proteins. Growing biopharmaceuticals in plants is expected to help solve some of the current production problems facing developers. However, as with most new technologies, there are many issues that need to be addressed as well.

Advances in Biocatalytic Technologies – 2nd Edition

Publication Date: December 2002

Biocatalysts have long been used in pharmaceuticals, detergents, and food products. However, recent advances in genetic engineering, improved stabilization and immobilization techniques, as well as a better understanding of structure-function relationships, is attracting the attention of chemists and engineers for applications outside these traditional businesses.

Fuel Cells: Emerging Technologies and Business Opportunities

Publication Date: November 2002

Fuel cell technology is currently at a major crossroad. The potential benefits of fuel cells in general for stationary, portable, mobile and distributed power applications are clearly established.

Cosmeceutical Trends & Technologies – 3rd Edition

Publication Date: April 2002

Cosmeceutical products are those poised on the gap between cosmetic products that simply cleanse and beautify, and pharmaceuticals that cure and heal. Generally, cosmeceuticals are products sold over-the-counter that provide a health benefit in addition to traditional cosmetic qualities.