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My lab (microbial & pharmaceutical biotech lab) having purified /semi purified molecules isolated from Microbial cell.
Willing to do collaboration on Bioactivity/Structure characterization.
Our capability - Isolation /purification, analysis of natural molecules (mostly secondary metabolites) from microbial cell
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Dr Bibhu Prasad Panda (M. Pharm, PhD)
Associate Professor
School of Pharmaceutical Education & Research, Jamia Hamdard, New Delhi
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Respected Prof.
I can also contribute in in-silico analysis, if there is any.
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If a generic product is developed as per pharmacopoeia then does BA/BE studies are required or not?
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We have been noticing increasing medical and medications malpractice , in the recent years and ethics should be incorporated as part and parcel of the Pharmacy curriculum.
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I am impressed with the quality of many of the responses. And I agree fully that ethics are important and should be taught. But I am also concerned about the deteriorating quality with which pharmacokinetics has been taught over the last 40 years. Pharmacists are no longer as capable as they iused to be with regard to carefully individualized drug therapy. So - called "basic pharmacokinetics" simply repeats the obsolete practice of using linear regression on the logs of the serum concentrations.This is a total waste of time, in my view. We need to teach useful clinical PK based not on NONMEM etc., for exaample, but rather on the clearly more capable methods of nonparametric modeling and maaximally precise multiple model dosage design. And this is just as easily taught as Sawchuk Zaske. Then there is the interacting multiple model approach to acutely ill and unstable patients in the ICU. The ITAG5 workshop in Lyon this April is devoted to this, with a combination of MD's and pharmactsts. Go to www.lapk.org and click around. This is what can be done by both MD's and Pharm D's together. This, I would respectfully suggest, is what can be done NOW in pharmacy education. I am attaching one paper giving an overview of this.
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Roger Jelliffe
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I am developing a lab component for our Pharmacology labs for 3rd year undergrad students in a Biotechnology program. I am having trouble finding 6 labs (3 hours each) to have students perform that my lab is capable of conducting.
Our lab has use of all general equipment and processes (i.e. running gels) and also has Bio-safety level 2 status, a Bio-safety Cabinet, HPLC, Biochemical analyzer, fluorescent microscope, inverted microscope, and CO2 incubator to name a few things.
We have a general mammalian cell culturing lab and an LD50 lab in the works, but if anyone could suggest anything else it would be greatly appreciated.
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hi Shane, as u r developing lab component of pharmacology for biotech undergrad student, i feel "In vitro techniques using isolated tissues and organs in toxicology" can be used as one of lab experiment, i am not sure whether it is appropriate for 3 hrs lab but have a look on the link