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Blog: SEND in the Data

My top priority is the horseshoe crab, a sea creature of little interest in culinary circles but uniquely valuable to biomedical research.

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Blog: Completing the Picture

Regulators requiring data on impact of antibody-dependent cellular phagocytosis to better understand monoclonal antibody responses. The final installment in our three-part series.

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Blog: A Reporter on the Trail

Meeting the challenges of antibody-dependent cellular phagocytosis with more reliable assays. The second of our three-part series.

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Blog: A Neglected Stepchild

Antibody-mediated cellular phagocytosis is often overlooked in analyzing biologics. Find out why in the first of our three-part series about this neglected mechanism of action.

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Blog: The Druggable Drug

Getting a novel drug to market is a bit like finishing first in the Boston marathon. It's the ultimate victory in a long, expensive journey. The question is: How many can actually do it?

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Blog: Crab Conservation

Biomedical manufacturers and conservationists alike have a vested interest in making sure the Atlantic horseshoe crab, whose ancestry dates back some 440 million years, flourishes.

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Blog: Looking Back ... And Ahead

My how we've grown. Eureka, Charles River's online community for scientists to explore, connect and share big ideas had a very productive year. Read all about it in our 2014 annual report.

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