Current Pharmaceutical Biotechnology aims to cover all the latest and outstanding developments in Pharmaceutical Biotechnology. Each issue of the journal contains a series of timely in-depth reviews written by leaders in the field covering a range of current topics in both pre-clinical and clinical areas of Pharmaceutical Biotechnology. Current Pharmaceutical Biotechnology is an essential journal for academic, clinical, government and pharmaceutical scientists who wish to be kept informed and up-to-date with the latest and most important developments.

Publisher: Bentham Science Publishers

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Volume 12, Number 10, October 2011

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Structural Characterization of Recombinant Therapeutic Proteins by Circular Dichroism
pp. 1508-1516(9)
Authors: Bertucci, Carlo; Pistolozzi, Marco; De Simone, Angela

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Analytical Approaches for Assessing Aggregation of Protein Biopharmaceuticals
pp. 1530-1536(7)
Authors: Garcia-Fruitos, Elena; Vazquez, Esther; Gonzalez-Montalban, Nuria; Ferrer-Miralles, Neus; Villaverde, Antonio

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Electron Transfer Dissociation of Modified Peptides and Proteins
pp. 1558-1567(10)
Authors: Zhou, Yuping; Dong, Jia; W. Vachet, Richard

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Characterization of a Recombinant Influenza Vaccine Candidate Using Complementary LC-MS Methods
pp. 1568-1579(12)
Authors: Xie, Hongwei; Doneanu, Catalin; Chen, Weibin; Rininger, Joseph; R. Mazzeo, Jeffery

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Development of a STAT5 Phosphorylation Assay as a Rapid Bioassay to Assess Interleukin-7 Potency
pp. 1580-1588(9)
Authors: Zumpe, C.; Engel, K.; Wiedemann, N.; Metzger, A.U.; Pischetsrieder, M.; Bachmann, C.L.

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Rodent Models of Persistent Pain in Drug Discovery and Development
pp. 1590-1595(6)
Author: A. Eckert, William

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A Review of Current Animal Models of Osteoarthritis Pain
pp. 1596-1612(17)
Authors: N. D'Souza, Warren; Y. Ng, Gordon; D. Youngblood, Bradley; Tsuji, Wayne; G. Lehto, Sonya

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Fibromyalgia: Mechanisms, Current Treatment and Animal Models
pp. 1613-1626(14)
Authors: Brederson, Jill-Desiree; F. Jarvis, Michael; Honore, Prisca; S. Surowy, Carol

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Evolving Cancer Pain Treatments: Rational Approaches to Improve the Quality of Life for Cancer Patients
pp. 1627-1643(17)
Authors: L. Knopp, Kelly; S. Nisenbaum, Eric; P. Arneric, Stephen

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Biologic Drugs for Analgesia: Redefining the Opportunity
pp. 1660-1670(11)
Authors: Hughes, Jane; P. Hatcher, Jonathan; P. Chessell, Iain

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CGRP Receptor Antagonists: Toward a Novel Migraine Therapy
pp. 1671-1680(10)
Authors: A. Salvatore, C.; A. Kane, S.

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The Dynamic TRPA1 Channel: A Suitable Pharmacological Pain Target?
pp. 1689-1697(9)
Authors: R. Garrison, Sheldon; L. Stucky, Cheryl

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The Physiology, Pharmacology and Future of P2X7 as An Analgesic Drug Target: Hype or Promise?
pp. 1698-1706(9)
Authors: Bhattacharya, Anindya; A. Neff, Robert; D. Wickenden, Alan

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Fractalkine/CX3CR1 Signalling in Chronic Pain and Inflammation
pp. 1707-1714(8)
Authors: K. Clark, Anna; A. Staniland, Amelia; Malcangio, Marzia

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Bv8-Prokineticins and their Receptors: Modulators of Pain
pp. 1720-1727(8)
Authors: Negri, Lucia; Lattanzi, Roberta

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GCH1, BH4 and Pain
pp. 1728-1741(14)
Authors: Latremoliere, Alban; Costigan, Michael

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