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Vol. 5, No. 25, December 2001
Contents

Company News
•  Yamanouchi Develops Software to Depict Workings of Biological Clocks
•  Otsuka Pharmaceutical Subscribes to Celera Discovery System
•  Kirin and Genzyme Molecular Oncology to Jointly Develop Antibody Therapeutics
•  Seoul Dairy - A Leader in the Milk Producing Field for 60 Years
•  Ambri to Work on Biological Warfare Detector for Australian Defense Department
•  Autogen Discovers Six More New Genes in Diabetes and Obesity Program
•  NZ's Genesis and UK Firm to Develop Therapy for Eczema
•  Windfall for India's Torrent by Sale of Sanofi Stake
•  Unigene to Sell Osteoporosis Drug in China
•  US Biotech Company Organizes Conference on Developing Low-cost Vaccines in Nanjing
•  GlaxoSmithKline Starts Manufacturing of Lamivudine in China
•  Rhodia and Ube Begins Production of Guaiacol in Wuxi
•  Degussa Plans to Treble its Turnover in China
•  Ciba Establishes Factory in Guangzhou
•  Singapore-based Franchisee Health One Eyes Listing
•  Hollis-Eden's Study in Thailand Shows Positive Effect of Anti-Malaria Drug
•  US Surgical Glove Factory to Move to Malaysia and India

Rules & Regulations
•  Increasing Korea's Rice Crop Quality

Research News
•  China Duplicates Gastrointestinal Tissues from Stem Cell
•  Taiwan Hospital Adopts Advanced Radiation Therapy for Cancer
•  Taiwan's Genetic Engineered Dengue Fever Vaccine Performs Well in Animal Tests
•  Western and Vietnamese Scientists Sequence Genome of Typhoid Fever Bacterium
•  Thailand to Study Biosafety of Genetically Modified Fish
•  HK Study Shows Postmenopausal Women Benefit from High Dietary Phytoestrogen Intake
•  Australian Expert Says Cloned Human Embryo Pose No Moral Dilemma

Alternative Medicine
•  Chinese Scientists Develop Herbal Drugs for Malaria
•  Chinese Experts Call for Protection of TCM Intellectual Property Rights
•  Singapore to Standardize Use of Chinese Herbs
•  Unani - An Ancient Medicinal System Looking for A Future

General Information & Statistics
•  Health Therapists to be Licensed in Singapore
•  Chinese Animal Products Ready for World Market
•  China Urged to Boost Emergency Medical System
•  Thai Rice Exports Hit Record High This Year
•  Biogas Helps Thai Farms Save Electricity
•  Australia in Drive to Reverse Biotech "Brain Drain"
•  Meningococcal Disease Rages in New Zealand
•  Vietnam Sees Pharmaceutical Import and Export Increasing
•  North Korean Healthcare Near Collapse
•  Indian Government Says GM Cotton Safe
•  OECD Report Says Biotechnology Contributes to Environmental and Economic Sustainability

Trends and Prospects
•  Great Opportunities for Small Biotech Firms in Post-genome Era
•  Challenges and Opportunities for Chinese Drug Distribution Sector

Patents
•  Thailand Acts to Stop US Rice Patenting
•  Indian Scientists Patent Analgesic Product
•  GlaxoSmithKline Accuses Chinese Hospital of Selling Pirated Drugs
•  Pharmaceutical Sector Welcomes WTO Statements

Calendar of Events
•  A comprehensive listing of upcoming biotechnology conferences in Asia-Pacific

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COLUMNS  

APBN Editorial Calendar 2019
January:
Taiwan Medical tourism
February:
Marijuana as medicine — Legal marijuana will open up scientific research
March:
Driven by curiosity
April:
Career developments for researchers
May:
What's cracking — Antibodies in ostrich eggs
Editorial calendar is subjected to changes.
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