Combination therapeutics are increasingly common, but efficient research and manufacturing operations for these products requires open channels of communication. Modern information sharing platforms can provide the solution. Image Credit: Flickr use List_84 More than ever, scientists are embracing the development of combination therapeutics. Not only is this more convenient for […]

Protein structure of a human CD4 receptor. Source: European Bioinformatics Institute.   While the ultimate cure or prevention strategy for HIV is still in the works, researchers continue to develop partial solutions to different aspects of the disease. These partial solutions include post exposure prophylaxis (PEP) and highly active antiretroviral […]

Acetaminophen has long been considered a safe painkiller for pregnant women, but new studies have called this into question, and more research on the subject is required. Image Credit: Flickr user Jeff Golden Acetaminophen has long been a go-to pain reliever for pregnant women. Because other common over-the-counter painkillers have […]

Molecular structure of aluminum hydroxide, the oldest and most common adjuvant added to vaccine formulations. Image source: Wikimedia With the renaissance of vaccines in full swing, advancements in adjuvant development are especially interesting. Traditional adjuvants such as alum have served effectively for decades1, but a new review has made the […]

New research insights into the neurological underpinnings of autism may provide a basis for the development of early-life pharmacological intervention strategies. Image Credit: Flickr user National Human Genome Research Institute A November 2016 study in Nature Communications has revealed new insights into the brain physiology underlying autism. It was previously […]

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