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Topics Covered :
1.Introduction to CRO,CDMO,CMO & CRAMS
4.Commercialization and Surveillance
1. Introduction :
What are CROs, CDMOs, CMOs and CRAMS? How are they different from each other and what value do they add to the Pharma Value Chain? To understand these concepts, we took a look at the drug discovery process.
The APIs manufactured by our Indian players lie at the end of this value chain. There is a whole process that comes before it that takes a lot more time and costs a lot of money.
On average, it takes about 10 to 15 years for a drug to make it to market. It costs hundreds of millions, if not billions of dollars to bring one drug to market.
A drug goes through 3 big phases on it’s way to make it to market - the discovery phase, clinical testing phase and the commercialization phase. Once we understand these phases, it makes it easy to understand the role of CROs and CDMOs
Part 1 : Introduction to pharma industry
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Part 2: Drug discovery process with CRAMS, CDMO, CMO, CSM
Link : https://t.co/MPQm0OXUbL
Part 3 : Generic Drugs (ANDA)
Coming this Saturday at 11 AM
Part 4: Bio-similars
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1. Privi started manufacturing in 1992 with only two products, now having more than 50 products manufacturing at Mahad and Gujrat facilities.
2. India's leading manufacturer, supplier and exporter of aroma and fragrance chemicals.
3. Privi has developed a backward integrated value chain and manufactures value-added products from the waste generated during the manufacturing process
1. Aroma chemicals which form the building blocks of the F & F industry is a size of about USD 5.5bn. This multi-billion-dollar industry impacts daily life for consumers worldwide, often on multiple fronts: From the toothpaste we use, to the coffee, tea,
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CMP - ₹1596
Neogen chemicals ltd. was founded in 1991 by technocrat Harish Kanani.The company has expertise in bromine and lithium chemistries.
The products manufactured are served for pharmaceuticals, agrochemicals, engineering industries,
speciality chemicals companies in India, Europe, Usa, and Japan.
Increasing the revenue contribution from Custom Synthesis and Contract Manufacturing segments.
IIT graduate and technocrat promoter Mr Haridas Kanani had set up India's first bromine plant in 1968, but it failed as the plant was hit by floods caused by Morbi dam. Lack of knowledge in business kept him away from insuring the plants.
Later years he worked as an engineering consultant for manufacturers to set up the bromine plants for others.
In 1989 the technocrat decided to set up Neogen chemicals Pvt. Ltd. and started the manufacturing of bromine compounds.
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1. Company Overview
MTAR Technologies is a leader in the precision engineering industry. They serve clients in the Defence, Space, Nuclear and Clean Energy industries. The company is engaged in the manufacture of
mission-critical precision assemblies and components with close tolerance levels of 5-10 microns.
2. Business Segments
The company operates in 4 segments: Nuclear, Defence, Space and Clean Energy.
Nuclear: In the Nuclear Segment, the company is partnered with Nuclear
Power Corporation of India Limited (NPCIL) which controls all operational, under construction and planned reactors in the country given India does not allow private participation. They manufacture products which are highly critical to the functioning of nuclear reactors.
They have 14 kinds of products with a wide range of applications.
Defence: In this segment, the company has undertaken complex assemblies for the DRDO, such as the base shroud assembly for Agni missiles and the assembly of Secondary Injection Thrust Vector Control (SITVC)
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(Sung to the tune of Wellerman)
[A Musical Thread]
There once was a plan for an AFV
The name of the plan was the MIV
There’s more to the tail than you may know
Brew that bivvie boys, brew
Soon may the Boxerman come
To bring us armour and tea and gun
One day, when the fightin’ is done
We’ll take our wheels and go
They must deploy two kay from shore
Fit two to a Herc or maybe more
We envied all that Soviet Cav
And soon was born MRAV
I say this out of need to the larger lesson to creatives, i'd hate to restrict this to Christians alone
I love Frank Edwards, his songs form a huge part of my morning worship routine. But for the past two weeks, I've been looking for a song that I used to play a lot in my first/second year of uni and couldn't find it until I searched a random part of the lyrics and went as far as..
The 6th page on Google search. Yes, that's how badly I wanted it.
Even when I found the name of the song, the song was available as a lyric video on YouTube and published by someone entirely different from who I wanted to give streaming dollars to, that's if it counts for much.
Hit another bump. I want to subscribe, and I realise there's over 11 Frank Edwards on YouTube. Each with huge and growing subscriber numbers, that was worrying.
It was not until this morning I found one with 250k subscribers and I thought... Ah this has to be him.
I search on Google for Frank Edwards and his entire discography isn't listed on Google and it in fact worried me.
Now I am moving to upset because this is someone I love deeply and hate to see how there's so much low hanging fruit that he isn't taking advantage of.
Capítulo: “Conversations - Talking to Brendel with Jeremy
Ya casi llegamos al final de este maravilloso libro. En esta sección, Brendel comparte varias entrevistas. La primera de ellas fue en 1972 con Jeremy Siepmann, músico, locutor, articulista y autor de varios libros sobre música.
Si bien después de 377 hojas ya tenemos una buena idea sobre las opiniones de de Brendel sobre la música y el quehacer musical, en esta entrevista revela varios puntos de vista.
Sobre si disfruta interpretar música, Brendel responde que sí, sobre todo en los últimos años, “when I’ve had the impression that much of what I do comes across. Of course, one very rarely knows if the right things come across)”.
Sobre si los intérpretes existen para vincular al compositor con el público, Brendel afirma que le interesa más la relación del intérprete con el compositor que con el público: “What fascinates me is to make sense of a piece of music while it sounds”.
I first met Kate at a rehearsal for Wayne Sleep's 1983 touring dance show DASH, for which I was composer. What struck me first about her (apart from the poetic lilt of her warm, Edinburgh accent) was the impeccable care she was taking playing piano for dance rehearsals /2
(believe me, & I mean no disrespect to lovely dancers & choreographers but playing piano for dance sessions isn't called REPETITEUR for nothing and many repetiteurs switch to auto-pilot at the keys. Kate never did. Her playing was always immaculate)/3
We hit it off immediately & had long, ranty discussions about how we wanted to change musical theatre, like young people do. We had specific aims to do with the way singing was taught & shaped for the stage. /4
We wanted the singing to be much more text & meaning-focused, for actors to have the confidence to sing as well as trained singers & for the sound to be more nuanced, more plural in style & less belty & samey (tbh not sure we won that battle..) /5
Capítulo: “Conversations - On Schnabel and Interpretation with Konrad
En esta conversación de 1979, Alfred Brendel y Konrad Wolff, autor de “The Teaching of Artur Schnabel. A Guide to Interpretation”, discuten sobre ciertos puntos en los que Brendel no coincide con Schnabel.
Para Wolff, Brendel es el primer pianista desde Schnabel que ha gozado de plena autoridad en la interpretación de Mozart, Beethoven y Schubert. Además, en su opinión, su enfoque tiene mucho en común con el de Schnabel en los detalles de fraseo, tempo y dinámicas.
Sin embargo, hay varias opiniones en las que Brendel difiere de Schnabel. Para Brendel, las frases son como curvas que no necesariamente se miden por compases: “Very often for me the art of phrasing consists in forgetting about bars, ignoring bars and seeing large units”.
Por su parte, de acuerdo a Wolff, Schnabel veía las frases en función de la respiración y del énfasis al principio o al final: “he wanted to know how far he was to play before there was a breath (…), a phrase begins and then goes from there, or else it ends and goes to there”.
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3/ Despite the decline in ETH price, the selloff hasn’t been as drastic as many analysts anticipated. In the past two months, treasuries of projects that held ICOs liquidated (or moved) 172,00 ETH, or ~4.6% of total holdings.
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Please take time to read this piece by @DavideAFrench and the 26-page letter written by a first-hand witness. Here are just some of the excerpts: 2/29
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I've been a @23andMe customer for a while, and have followed their ancestry updates closely.
All is more or less as expected....except for this bit about Native American.
The family is almost completely composed of Spanish peasants (from various regions) who emigrated, along with a massive wave in the late 19th-cent./early 20th-cent., to Cuba back when it was a booming economy (richer than Spain's) and worth emigrating to (Communism killed that).
Also, the native population of Cuba was annihilated early on---was the first place the Spanish colonized after all. Having a native background in Cuba would be like having the same in, say, Massachusetts, particularly if you're (say) mostly Irish. Just really, really unlikely.
(Note: the North African/Arab background is less mysterious. The Iberian peninsula was part of the Muslim world for centuries. It would be odd *not* to have some Arab/Middle Eastern background coming from Spain. Given the family is mostly from Northern Spain, it's small though.)
I have a Spanish passport, have been back to the ancestral villages in Spain, seen the church where my grandmother was baptized, my grandfather told me stories about growing up as the child of Spanish colonists in rural Cuba. The native bit just clashes with all the family lore.
There is overwhelming evidence of election fraud. Therefore it is the duty of the Executive, Legislative, & Judicial branches to throw out the fraudulent votes & to honor their oath to protect & defend the Constitution of the USA.🇺🇸🦅
A list below.🔻
1/ Navarro Report: The Immaculate Deception - Six Key Dimensions of Election Irregularities -
2/ Analysis of 3,000 U.S. counties shows Joe Biden received 5.6 % more votes in counties using Dominion Voting Systems (Video) -
3/ Antrim Michigan Dominion Voting Systems Forensics Report -
4/ Evidence Grows: ’20 Election Was Rigged -
Imagine, for a moment, the reaction of the UK Government, Brexiters, and the RW UK press if Juncker, Tusk, Macron or Merkel went on TV to say that Brexit was worth it to stop Freedom of Movement for UK citizens, and to stop Brits being able to come to the EU and jump the queue.— Steve Bullock (@GuitarMoog) November 20, 2018
2/ Imagine if the EU said finally all those retired Brits in the EU27 could go home
3/ Imagine if the EU said finally all those Brits in the EU could stop driving down wages, taking jobs and stop sending benefits back to the UK
4/ Imagine if the EU said it was looking to use UK citizens as “bargaining chips” to get a better trade deal
5/ Imagine if the EU told UK citizens in the EU27 that they could no longer rely on established legal rights and they would have to apply for a new status which they have to pay for for less rights