Bio.com News & Updates

Katherine Chi katherine.chi at bio.com
Tue Dec 18 21:42:40 EST 2001


Bio.com News & Updates
December 19th, 2001
http://www.bio.com
http://www.bioprotocol.com

Life On The Net!

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CONTENTS:
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1.  InFocus: "DNA Microarrays: Platforms and Applications"
2.  Science News: "Attracting Venture Capital: A Focused Business Plan"
3.  Investment Research: Introducing Btech Investor
4.  Career Center: Set up your free personal profile today
5.  Jobs of the Week: "Merck:  Release Coordinator" and others
6.  Product Spotlight: Amersham's IN Cell Analyzer

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1.  INFOCUS WEBCAST:
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Bio.com's InFocus Webcast, "DNA Microarrays: Platforms and
Applications," was broadcast Wednesday, December 12.  To listen to the
recorded webcast, go to:
http://chat.bio.com:8000/audio/microarray_121201.mp3

** To read the pdf transcript of our recent webcast,
"Cell-Based Assays in Drug Discovery & Development," go to:
http://www.bio.com/file_temp/cellscreen.pdf

** For complete instructions on how to tune in to Bio.com's
live webcasts, go to:
http://www.bio.com/InfocusRedirector.jhtml?link=1


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2.  SCIENCE NEWS
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Attracting Venture Capital: A Focused Business Plan
http://www.bio.com/Redirectors/LinkRedirect12_18.jhtml?link=1

What is the key difference between a successful business plan-one that
wins funding-and the unsuccessful plan-one that fails to persuade a
venture capital firm? In most business plans that Foragen reviews, the
common failing is their lack of focus.

A Biosecure Growth Chamber
http://www.bio.com/Redirectors/LinkRedirect12_18.jhtml?link=2

SubTerra is an emerging biotechnology company in White Pine, Michigan,
which was founded in January of 2000. The remodeled White Pine mine is
now the site of a sophisticated growth chamber. The company targets
biopharmaceutical markets, which require the ability to produce large
quantities of pharmaceutically active plant material at an accelerated
rate.

Featured Enzyme: Glycogen Phosphorylase
http://www.bio.com/Redirectors/LinkRedirect12_18.jhtml?link=3

Your muscles store enough glycogen to power your daily activities, and
your liver stores enough to feed your nervous system and other tissues
all through the day and on through the night. Sugar is released from
glycogen by the enzyme glycogen phosphorylase.

Common Antidepressants Have Similar Effectiveness
http://www.bio.com/Redirectors/LinkRedirect12_18.jhtml?link=4

An Indiana University School of Medicine and Regenstrief Institute for
Healthcare study published in the December 19, 2001 issue of the Journal
of the American Medical Association has found that three of the most
commonly prescribed antidepressants are similar in effectiveness for
depressive symptoms.

Fish Provide Clues to New Species Origin
http://www.bio.com/Redirectors/LinkRedirect12_18.jhtml?link=5

Although the threespine stickleback fish has been celebrated on the
currency of the Netherlands and been a star of a pioneering 1928 French
documentary film, the fish has found its most receptive audience with
biologists, who have been studying it for more than 100 years. In what
may be its most important role yet, the stickleback is being used as a
model by researchers at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) at
Stanford University to track the genetic changes that define a species,
a puzzle that until now could not be tested experimentally in vertebrate
animals.

Inflammation Control Mechanism Identified
http://www.bio.com/Redirectors/LinkRedirect12_18.jhtml?link=6

After a decade of research, Michail Sitkovsky, Ph.D., and his coworkers
at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID),
may have answered one of the most perplexing questions in immunology:
how the body limits inflammation. Their finding, that particular cell
surface molecules sense runaway inflammation and tissue damage, appears
in the December 20, 2001 issue of the journal Nature.

To view all news, visit http://bio.com/news/research/

To view Industry news, visit http://bio.com/news/pr/


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3.  INVESTMENT RESEARCH
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Bio.com is pleased to welcome Btech Investor and SCO Financial Group
as bio.com content partners.

Btech Investor provides consulting on the biotechnology industry to
the financial and biotechnology communities and publishes the Btech
Investor Reports and Btech Investor News.

For an example of Btech Investor's reports on the biotech industry, go to:
http://www.bio.com/Redirectors/LinkRedirect12_18.jhtml?link=7

To purchase a subscription to Btech investor, or to browse and/or
purchase individual reports, visit the bio.com store:
http://www.bio.com/Redirectors/LinkRedirect12_18.jhtml?link=8


SCO Financial Group, a registered investment advisor focused on
identifying emerging growth companies in the healthcare sectors,
has made its investment research available, for free, to online
investors at Bio.com.

For an example, read their latest report on Cytogen, Inc:
http://www.bio.com/Redirectors/LinkRedirect12_18.jhtml?link=9

For more investment research from SCO Financial Group, go to:
http://www.bio.com/industryanalysis/industryanalysis_financial.jhtml


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4.  CAREER CENTER
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Bio.com offers the most comprehensive online Career Center in the life
sciences industry.

Set up your free personal profile today at:
http://career.bio.com/pages/myresume.cfm?object=1&action=New

Browse all job postings:
http://career.bio.com/pages/featured.cfm?1


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5.  JOBS OF THE WEEK
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Look at what's new on Bio.com Career Center this week

1.  Merck:  Release Coordinator
http://career.bio.com/pages/jobsearch.cfm?object=5&job=775452&action=View

2.  Gilead Sciences:  Manager, Clinical Data Programming
http://career.bio.com/pages/jobsearch.cfm?object=5&job=775949&action=View

3.  Athersys:  Protein Chemistry - Scientist
http://career.bio.com/pages/jobsearch.cfm?object=5&job=775565&action=View

4.  Biotechnology Company:  Research Associate, Organic Chemist
http://career.bio.com/pages/jobsearch.cfm?object=5&job=775058&action=View

5.  Biopharmaceutical Company:  Director/Manager of Business Development
http://career.bio.com/pages/jobsearch.cfm?object=5&job=775899&action=View

6.  Pharmaceutical:  Immunology Senior Scientist
http://career.bio.com/pages/jobsearch.cfm?object=5&job=775284&action=View


Browse all jobs at http://career.bio.com/job_search/job_s.cfm


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6.  PRODUCT HIGHLIGHT
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The IN Cell Analyzer from Amersham Biosciences

Amersham's IN Cell Analyzer is a confocal imaging system that makes it
possible to analyze both live and fixed cells very rapidly and at high
resolution to obtain information-rich subcellular data.

For more info on the IN Cell Analyzer, visit
http://www.bio.com/file_temp/cellscreen.pdf

or

http://www.bio.com/Redirectors/LinkRedirect12_18.jhtml?link=10


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