Original Research

Efficient production of recombinant parathyroid hormone (rPTH) fragment 1-34 in the methylotrophic yeast Hansenula polymorpha

Published in: Volume 2 / Year 2013 / Issue 3
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Page: 114-22

Author byline as per print journal: Frank Mueller, MSc, Manal Moussa, MSc, Maria El Ghazaly, MSc, Jan Rohde, PhD, Nicole Bartsch, MSc, Antje Parthier, PhD, Frank Kensy, Dr Ing Background:… Read More »

How do regional sickness funds encourage more rational use of medicines, including the increase of generic uptake? A case study from Austria

Published in: Volume 2 / Year 2013 / Issue 2
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Page: 65-75

Objective: To analyse similarities and differences between activities carried out by Austrian sickness funds to encourage more rational use of medicines, including increasing generics uptake. Methods: Semi-structured interviews with pharmacoeconomic… Read More »

The generic pharmaceutical industry: moving beyond incremental innovation towards re-innovation

Published in: Volume 2 / Year 2013 / Issue 1
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Page: 13-9

Background: Due to the declining innovativeness of the classic R & D model in the original pharmaceutical industry, the generic pharmaceutical industry is aiming to become an innovation generator itself.… Read More »

Saving money in the European healthcare systems with biosimilars

Published in: Volume 1 / Year 2012 / Issue 3-4
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Page: 120-6

Introduction: The use of biotechnological manufactured drugs, or biologicals, has increased massively over the past few years. Used especially in the treatment of cancer and other severe diseases, biologicals incur high… Read More »

Biosimilars for Healthcare Professionals

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One-day out-patient prescribing patterns including the use of generics at a national referral hospital in Kenya; implications for the future

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Background: Poor prescribing habits lead to ineffective and unsafe treatment for patients, exacerbating or prolonging of illness as well as causing distress and harm to them. Drug utilization studies can… Read More »

Ongoing activities to influence the prescribing of proton pump inhibitors within the Scottish National Health Service: their effect and implications

Published in: Volume 7 / Year 2018 / Issue 4
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Introduction: There has been a considerable increase in the use of proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) in recent years due to their effectiveness versus H2 antagonists. This includes reducing GI bleeds… Read More »

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