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First DataBank Agrees To Tentative Settlement In Suit Over Prescription Drug Average Wholesale Prices
Publisher First DataBank has agreed to a tentative settlement with plaintiffs in a lawsuit that alleges the company colluded with prescription drug wholesaler McKesson to raise the average wholesale prices of prescription drugs to increase pharmacy profits and win business for McKesson, the Wall Street Journal reports.


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).


New Reagent Delivers A Chemical Breakthrough At FSU
"Build a better mousetrap," the saying goes, "and the world will beat a path to your door." In the complex field of organic chemistry, that path leads to Florida State University, where a newly developed substance could make the jobs of scientists throughout the world a little easier as they work to develop new drugs and other chemicals that benefit humanity.


Synthetic Production Of Potential Pharmaceuticals Dramatically Simplified By Scripps Research Team
Chemists are currently able to synthetically produce almost any compound, but they must typically resort to expensive, complex processes that can require dozens of individual steps. Such natural product syntheses have traditionally relied on the ubiquitous use of 'protecting groups,' which are extra compounds chemists use to shield reactive portions of a molecule during specific stages of a synthesis scheme.


DNA-damage Test Could Aid Drug Development
In the daunting marathon that leads to successful drugs, promising drug candidates must pass toxicity tests before entering clinical trials. Researchers from MIT and the Whitehead Institute have developed a cell culture test for assessing a compound's genetic toxicity that may prove dramatically cheaper than existing animal tests. This assay would allow genetic toxicity to be examined far earlier in the drug development process, making it much more efficient.




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