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Thursday, July 28, 2011  |  Volume 3/Number 8  |  A Production of the BioProcessing Journal
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This image originally appeared on the cover
of BioProcessing Journal Volume 3, Issue 6 in November/December 2004. The image shows immunofluorescent stained cells from differentiated neurospheres on day 14
in the embryonic mouse cortex.

The oligodendrocytes
are stained with anti-MBP antibody and appear green, while the neurons are stained with anti-Beta-Tubulin antibody and are show in red. DAP1 counterstained cells
appear blue.

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Suggested Reading
Use of a Taguchi Parameter Design to Optimize the Propagation
of Saccharomyces cerevisiae to Produce Bioethanol
By Piedad Curiel Camino et al.,
Instituto Tecnológico Agrario de Castilla y León, Valladolid, Spain
Use of Small-Scale, Single-Use Bioreactors
for Streamlining Upstream Process Development
By Amy Kittredge Wood et al., EMD Millipore Mobius Applications Development Group
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Publisher's Blog

I recently covered the BIO International meeting in Washington, DC and came away with a number of vivid impressions. And while none of my observations were unexpected, I guess I was surprised by how predictable everything was. Now, I'm not implying that BIO's meeting was predictable, but that the state of the industry is not escaping the stagnation it has been in for the past several years.

Everyone is still too focused on deals, and they are missing far too many opportunities to advance technologies and get products to the patients who need them. Lawyers and investment firms are making tons of money off these deals, and apparently the compensation programs for top company executives are making them seek deals whether they make sense or not. So at the meeting, the oxygen was being sucked out of the rooms by those who were trying to make deals happen at any cost. << Click here to read more >>

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