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September 1, Vol. 36, No. 15

  • Feature Articles

    • Dynamic Shifts in Protein Profiling
    • Richard A. Stein
    • Protein populations rise and fall from tissue to tissue and from cell to cell as organisms develop and do what they must to maintain health—or regain it, should they suffer illness—and each fluctuation, alone or in the context of other ... more »
    • Awaken Dormant DNA, Epigenetically
    • Rob Ranulph Jones
    • At first, it was just a premonitory tremor: the piecing together of a rudimentary whole human genome in 2001 Then, just two years later, came an earth-shaking eruption: the completion of the Human Genome Project This explosive event rocked the ... more »
    • See the Bioprocess, Be the Bioprocess
    • Angelo DePalma
    •   In 2004, the US Food and Drug Administration issued an official guidance on process analytic technology (PAT), to encourage its voluntary adoption as a means of achieving quality by design (QbD) In theory, PAT and related instrumentation ... more »