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Levitra tablets


Levitra is one of a group of medicines that delay enzymes called phosphodiesterases from working too quickly, and is used to treat men who have erectile dysfunction. By controlling these enzymes, Levitra helps men maintain an erection. Levitra is also more...

Viagra tablets


Sildenafil, also known as Viagra is one of a group of medicines that delay enzymes called phosphodiesterases from working too quickly, and is used to treat men who have erectile dysfunction. By controlling these enzymes Viagra helps men maintain an ere more...

Augmentin tablets


Augmentin, a combination of Amoxicillin and Clavulanate, is one of a group of medicines called Penicillins and Beta-Lactamase inhibitors that are used to treat bacterial infections. Augmentin works by killing or preventing the growth of bacteria. Beta-Lac more...

Rabeprazole pill


Rabeprazole decreases the amount of acid produced in your stomach. It belongs to the class of drugs known as proton pump inhibitors (PPI) which works antagonistically on the pump that is involved in final step of hydrochloric acid (HCl) secretion in the more...

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Biotech Industry Publishes New Policy Agenda For Europe - Foreword By Finnish Presidency
The European biotech industry has published a new Industrial Biotechnology Policy Agenda for Europe. Over the last two years the industry has worked out a set of practical steps to realise the vision of a Knowledge-Based Bio-Economy (KBBE), where biotechnologyâ¬"s new, clean, energy-efficient processes and innovative bio-based products create a sustainable industrial base to ensure Europeâ¬"s future prosperity.

Controlling Drug Design Through 'unnatural' Selection
Darwin probably never envisaged that, 150 years after 'Origin of the Species' was published, scientists would be adapting his ideas to improve drug design, but new research from the University of Leeds is doing just that.Enzymologist Alan Berry and chemist Adam Nelson used 'directed evolution' to adapt a natural enzyme to make analogues of the anti-flu drug, Relenza(TM).

Study Of Atomic Movement May Influence Design Of Pharmaceuticals
Chemists at the University of Liverpool have designed a unique structure to capture the movement of atoms which may impact on future designs of pharmaceuticals.

Quicker, Cheaper And Better Production Of Vaccines And Medicines Using Fungus: Opportunities In A ?£2,000 Million Market For Scottish Science Team
A UK team has identified some major problems which prevent specialist pharmaceutical companies from using simple fungal cultures to make modern therapeutic drugs in huge quantities in fermenters, instead of using animal, plant or insect cells, scientists heard today (Tuesday 27 March 2007) at the Society for General Microbiology's 160th Meeting at the University of Manchester, UK, which will run from 26 29 March 2007.

Prescription Drug Makers Increasingly Develop Combination Pills
Prescription drugs increasingly are being offered as combination therapies, in which two or more medications are combined in a single dose, the Los Angeles Times reports. According to the Times, the trend in part is being driven by drug manufacturers facing patent expirations and competition from generic drug makers. For example,

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