Forthcoming Issue

Peer review articles planned or manuscripts submitted for peer review approval and publication in the forthcoming issues.

Online First

Online First articles have been peer reviewed, accepted for publication and published online; they have not yet been assigned to a journal issue. When an article is published in a journal issue with the assigned page number, it will be removed from the ‘Forthcoming Issue’ page.

Online First articles are copyedited by the science editors and the editorial production team; typeset, proofread and approved by the author(s) before publication. We aim to post each article within six weeks of acceptance and within two weeks after final proofreading approval by the author. Online First articles are in searchable full text, with the initial online publication date included in the final print version.

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.

Subscribe now to the print or PDF copy of GaBI Journal to view full information of the following manuscripts*.

Editor’s Letter

Editor’s introduction to the initial issue of the seventh volume of GaBI Journal / Professor Philip D Walson, MD, USA/Germany

Letters to the Editor

Comment on the non-biological complex drugs paper / Karthik Bodhinathan, PhD, MSM

Commentary

EU Member States have tools to reduce costs of bestseller biologicals but can they use them? / Adjunct Professor Pekka Kurki, MD, PhD

Original Research

Analysis of Drug Master Files Registered in Japan: For the Stable Supply of Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients / Maki Matsuhama, Ryosuke Kuribayashi, Japan

Patient-reported outcome measures in phase III trials of LY2963016 insulin glargine and reference insulin glargine products: ELEMENT 1 and ELEMENT 2 / Puneet Kaushik,  Magaly Perez-Nieves, Robyn Pollom, Ran Duan, Samaneh Kalirai, Amy Delozier, Liza Ilag, India

Bioequivalence Study of Two Formulations of 60 mg Daclatasivir in Healthy Volunteers / Sattam Turky AlGhodyyr, MSc; Mohammad Khalil, Mohammad, R.Ph., Ph.D; Sanabel Omar Dawabsheh; Mohammad Ali Abu Fara, MD; Majdi Naser Abu Al Hajj; Rabab Fayyez Tayyem, PhD

Assessment of medicine quality in emerging markets: the changing face of inferior medicines over time / Roger Bate, USA; Lorraine Mooney, UK

The assessment of biosimilarity with SABE and IBE criteria under a switching/alternating design / Aijing Zhang, PhD; Associate Professor Jung-Ying Tzeng; Professor Shein-Chung Chow, PhD, USA (Biosimilarity and Interchangeability)

Review Article

Biosimilar infliximab introduction into the gastroenterology care pathway in a large acute Irish teaching hospital: a story behind the evidence / Gary L O’Brien, BPharm, MPharm; Donal Carroll, BSc (Hon) Pharmacy; Mark Mulcahy, BComm, MSc, PhD; Valerie Walshe, BA, MA, PhD; Professor Garry Courtney, MB, FRCPI; Professor Stephen Byrne, BSc (Hon) Pharmacy, PhD

The impact of religion on human embryonic stem cell regulations: comparison between the UK, Germany and the US / Hajaj M Alhomaidan; Ali M Alhomaidan, PhD

Protein heterogeneity and the immunogenicity of biotherapeutics / Professor Roy Jefferis, UK

Regulatory

Regulations for biotherapeutics approval in Colombia / Johanna Andrea García Cortes, MSc; Francisco Javier Sierra Esteban, MSc

Regulation of copy biologicals in China / Michelle Derbyshire, PhD, GaBI Online Editor

Special Report

Patent expiry dates for biologicals: 2017 update / Michelle Derbyshire, PhD, GaBI Online Editor

Meeting Report

INVIMA meetings strengthen knowledge of biosimilars in Colombia

Pharma News

Top developments in biosimilars during 2017 / Michelle Derbyshire, PhD, GaBI Online Editor

Abstracted Scientific Content

Barriers to generics policy reform: a US case study / Eleanor Bird, BSc (Hons), GaBI Journal Editor

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