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Digital Therapeutics: Key Concepts and Regulations to Tackle COVID-19 Pandemic

Digital therapeutics are clinically validated applications / software / online programs that have demonstrated the capability to facilitate positive outcomes when used in the prevention / treatment / management of diseases / clinical conditions. These therapeutics are designed to engage patients in personalized treatment or disease prevention programs, through mediating behavioral or psychological modifications, providing

Inhaled and Intranasal Drug Delivery: A Deeper Look into Service Providers Landscape

The techniques used for the drug delivery are found to be have an enormous impact on the efficacy of the treatment. In fact, the slow progression of the efficacy, has suggested the need of different approaches for the effective delivery of drug to the target area, along with the optimal bioavailability. Over the years, several

Targeted Drug Delivery Devices: An Attractive Option for Improving the Efficacy of Biologics

The gradual shift of healthcare industry towards the development of biologics is a well-known fact. Owing to this shift, there are over 1,000 cell and gene therapies which are being developed for the treatment of various disorders, majority of them being oncological disorders, cardiovascular disorders and neurological disorders.  Additionally, over the last decade, multiple immunotherapies

Single-Use Bioreactors on Rescue for COVID-19 Research

The development of single-use bioreactors started nearly 40 years ago in 1980s. It was around this time that the bio-processors began to use plastic film bags to culture cells, which were initially designed for food storage and culture media containment. Moreover, incremental evolution of the concept of disposable technologies have facilitated various advancements in development

Nuclear Medicines And Radiopharmaceuticals: Redefining The Use Of Radioactivity In Modern Day Healthcare

Fostered by partnerships between national laboratories, academia, and the pharmaceutical industry, the field of nuclear medicines and radiopharmaceuticals has evolved over the past few decades, in parallel with advances in imaging instrumentation, radionuclide production, and radiopharmaceutical development. Nuclear reactors and particle accelerators are presently used to produce a wide array of radionuclides for diagnostic and

Will the Renascence of Microbial Manufacturing be Impacted by the Pandemic?

Since the discovery of recombinant DNA technology, several types of microbes have been established as a versatile biomolecule expression system. This can be attributed to the ease of handling of microbial cell lines, which are considered less fragile (compared to cells of higher eukaryotes); rendering them a popular choice for manufacturing operations. Moreover, incremental evolution

Outsourcing: An Attractive Option For Antibody Production

In recent years, contract manufacturers have become an integral part of the overall biopharmaceutical market. This trend is also gaining popularity within the antibody therapeutics market, as developers are increasingly outsourcing their antibody production requirements to contract service providers. This can be attributed to the fact that employing such third-party service providers offers various advantages,

Large Volume Wearable Injectors: A breakthrough to simplify Chronic Disease Management

The last few years have witnessed a rising incidence of chronic illnesses across the globe. Long term clinical conditions, such as neurological disorders, cardiovascular disorders, chronic pain and oncological disorders, have been shown to impose a significant burden on the modern healthcare system and those who suffer from such diseases. It is reported that about

Significant Potential of Gut Flora: Human Microbiome

Human Microbiome Therapies are Viable Alternatives to Antibiotics, with Substantial Therapeutic Potential The term microorganisms was perceived to be synonymous to harmful, disease causing agents, until the discovery of certain beneficial microbial colonies in the human system. Currently, humans and a variety of species of bacteria, yeast and protozoa, are known to co-exist in mutually