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Impact of Climate Change on Antibiotic Resistance

Each year, it is estimated that there are over 2 million antibiotic resistant infections that occur in the United States alone. Of these antibiotic resistant infections, about 23,000 result in…

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Chromatography is Full of Ups and Downs!

At Emery Pharma, our team of expert bioanalytical chemists routinely provide R&D support and GLP services for our esteemed clients. Some of the services we provide include: method development, validation,…

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A Step-By-Step Guide to 1D and 2D NMR Interpretation

Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) spectroscopy is an incredibly powerful tool for characterizing molecular structures. When submitting to the FDA or other regulatory agencies, full structural characterization by NMR provides crucial…

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A Fascination for the Human Microbiome for a Healthier Life

Trillions of microorganisms live in and on our body. It is estimated that there are 10-100 trillion microbes in a healthy human microbiome, outnumbering human cells by about 10 to…

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The Not-So-Standard Kilogram

The kilogram is the base unit for mass, one of seven base units in the International System of Units (SI), currently defined as being equal to the mass of the…

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Drug Lipophilicity and Absorption: The Continuous Challenge in Drug Discovery

Oral delivery is the well-known administrative drug discovery path accepted by both patients and manufacturers. According to the recent report published in pharmaceutical technology, achieving optimal physicochemical properties of biomolecules,…

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Screening for Group B Streptococcus Bacteria during Pregnancy Saves Lives

Prenatal screening tests are carried out at different stages in pregnancy and are extremely valuable in preventing diseases in newborns. One of the most important prenatal tests is for Group…

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Difficult to Stomach: H. pylori and Gastric Cancer

It is well known to most of us that bacteria cause some of the deadliest infectious diseases in humans and animals but did you know that bacteria can also cause…

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Revolutionizing Business Through 3D Printing

What is 3D Printing? Charles W. Hull is the patent holder of the first 3D printing system described in 1986. Hull’s method, “stereolithography,” produces solid objects using digital data. Entire objects…

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Arrest Bacterial Communication: Interfering with Quorum Sensing to Inhibit Biofilm Formation

Are you hesitant to enter the hospital emergency room, fearing that you may get infected with deadly bacteria? Well, this is something many of us are concerned about these days….

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