Biotechnologically-derived Pharmaceuticals in Japan: Present and future prospects

  • Tohru Inoue
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Abstract

1. The important differences between biotechnology products and conventional pharmaceuticals mean that the unthinking or routine application of standard safety tests could result in the release of biotechnologically-derived pharmaceuticals for clinical trials without adequate warning of possible adverse effects in humans.

Keywords

Transgenic Mouse Calcitonin Human Biotechnology Product Haemopoietic Factor Growth Transgenic Murine Model 
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