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Vol. 7, No. 7, March 2003
Contents

Company News
•  Frost & Sullivan Launches 'Asia Pacific Biotechnology Strategist'
•  Hormonal Approach to Tackle Obesity
•  Genetic Technologies Partners with Pyrosequencing
•  Joint Venture between Medicine Shoppe and Nep-Star in China
•  Delayed Launch for Ranbaxy's Augmentin
•  Seven Firms to Release GM Cotton Seeds in India
•  GlaxoSmithKline Searching for Research Collaboration in India
•  Mechanism of Insulin Secretion Discovered by Takeda
•  AnGes Develops Genome Drug for Arterial Disease
•  Korean Pharmaceutical Companies Expand Abroad
•  Genesis Received Development Grant
•  Genome Therapeutics and MerLion Pharmaceuticals in Research Collaboration
•  A Dummy to Save Lives

Rules & Regulations
•  India to Combat Spurious Drugs
•  Experts Strongly Criticized for Minamata Disease Stance
•  Siblings Excluded from Donor List
•  Free Cancer Checkups for Some Koreans
•  Korean Authority to Manage Anti-Cancer Treatments

Research News
•  Repressible Sterility for Farm Pests Elimination
•  GM Rice as Raw Material for Fuel Ethyl Alcohol
•  Anti-Cancer Substances Found in Devilfish
•  India Getting Closer to AIDS Vaccine Trial
•  Japan Develops New Method for Blood Vessel Repair
•  Coffee Reduces Risks of Diabetes
•  Lab-On-Chip Technology in Taiwan

Feature Article
•  Patent Prosecution in Proteomics ct

General Information & Statistics
•  Pollution Threatens One of the World's Eight Wonders
•  Australian Doctors Remove Organs Without Consent
•  High Performance Equipment to Enhance Agricultural Research
•  Designer Baby to be Created to Save Sibling
•  Roche Under Investigation for Guangdong Virus Scare
•  China Bone Marrow Bank Seeks Donors in North East Province
•  Japan Implements High Tech Solutions to Complement Medical Services
•  The Psycho-Social Impact of Diabetes Mellitus Upon Patients
•  Southern India Cities Poised for Fast Biotech Growth
•  Medium-Sized Companies Increase Market Share by Pricing Strategy
•  India Heads for Neutraceuticals Development
•  HIV-2 Resurfaces in Japan
•  Tissue-Eating Bacteria Claimed 30 Lives Since 2000
•  Tracking Down Foreigners with AIDS
•  IANZ Accredits First GM Lab in New Zealand
•  Agresearch Participates in Global Bovine Genome Sequence Project

Patent News
•  Pfizer's Patent over Viagra under Evaluation in China

Special Report
•  SARS Strikes

Education
•  Reforms in the Life Science Program at the National University of Singapore

Trends & Prospects
•  GM Cotton Set to Dominate

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

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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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