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Why biosimilars and not biogenerics?

Stringent standards for generic products of highly complex biopharmaceuticals

Medicines produced using genetic techniques have existed since 2006, called “similar biological medicinal products” or “biosimilars”. Until a year ago, this was a fairly low-profile group, even in expert circles. This has all changed now, however, with the recent licensing of the first biosimilar ...

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Analysis in picoliter volumes

Miniaturization of routine lab work with lab-on-a-chip systems

Reducing time, costs and human resources: many basic as well as applied analytical and diagnostic challenges can be performed on lab-on-a-chip systems. They enable sample quantities to be reduced, work steps to be automated and completed in parallel, and are ideal for combination with highly ...

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Fit and healthy to 120

Not least thanks to bioanalysis!

I turned 63 recently. My secret to staying optimistic as you age towards your inevitable death? “The idea is to die young, but as late as humanly possible…” A noble aim, indeed…

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