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Articles appearing on the ‘Forthcoming Issue’ page are in the order of the Journal Editorial Sections. You may also view the abstract by clicking on the article link.
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First 2022 GaBI Journal issue highlights / Professor Philip D Walson, MD
Letters to the Editor
No need for systematic switch studies to demonstrate interchangeability of biosimilars / Professor Pekka Kurki, MD, PhD, Finland
Biotherapeutic products in the European Pharmacopoeia: have all challenges been tackled? / M Buda, PhD, O Kolaj-Robin, PhD; E Charton, PhD
Challenges in the manufacture, storage, distribution and regulation of traditional and novel vaccines / Professor Sia Chong Hock, BSc (Pharm), MSc; Adelia Pheh, BSc (Pharm) (Hon); Vimal Sachdeva, MSc; Associate Professor Chan Lai Wah, BSc (Pharm) (Hon), PhD
Long-acting insulin analogues. Drug selection by means of the System of Objectified Judgement Analysis (SOJA)Biotherapeutic products in the European Pharmacopoeia: have all challenges been tackled? / Robert Janknegt, PharmD, PhD, Marloes Dankers, MSc, PhD
Manufacture and regulation of cell, tissue and gene therapy products: global perspectives, challenges and next steps / Adjunct Associate Professor Sia Chong Hock, BSc (Pharm), MSc; Christine Koh, BSc (Pharm) (Hon); Associate Professor Chan Lai Wah, BSc (Pharm) (Hon), PhD
Biosimilarity is not a transitive property: implication for interchangeably, naming and pharmacovigilance / Pablo Matar, PhD, Argentina
Regulatory pathway for approval of ‘biosimilars’ in Iran / Jalal Naeli, MD
Structural characterization methods for biosimilars: fit-for-purpose, qualified or validated / Richard L Easton, BSC (Hons), DIC, PhD
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