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January 15, Vol. 38, No. 2
  • Feature Articles

    • Cell Therapy Manufacturing: All Signs Point to C...
    • Cell therapy is the delivery of living cells to treat, or potentially cure, a person’s disease The transplantation of hematopoietic stem cells from a donor to a recipient to create bone marrow, for instance, is one well-established form of ... more »
    • Taming the Transcriptome with RNA-Seq
    • There’s a new RNA-seq in town Although the old RNA-seq administered a certain rough justice, profiling RNA species well enough to support a relatively crude conception of the transcriptome, the new RNA-seq is more refined Yet, like the old RNA-seq, ... more »
    • Vaccine Industry Retools Itself for Speed
    • MaryAnn Labant
    • Pathogens evolve and epitopes shift at an alarming rate, threatening to outpace the vaccine industry, which struggles to keep up, even though it has already started to upgrade its manufacturing technology The vaccine industry needs to consolidate diverse technological advances ... more »
  • Columns

    • The Scoop
    • A revolution is transforming the $10 trillion healthcare landscape, promising greater transparency, improved efficiency, and new ways of delivering care, according to a new book entitled, “MoneyBall Medicine: Thriving in the New Data-Driven Healthcare Market” (Productivity Press), written by Harry ... more »
    • Helping Solve the CTE Conundrum
    • Gail Dutton
    • Lewis Carpenter, a running back for Vince Lombardi’s NFL-champion Green Bay Packers, had stopped playing football for decades before his relatives were confronted by obvious signs that his health was in decline He showed mood swings, memory loss, erratic behavior, ... more »