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The Protein Society
Encyclopedia Information
NFCR Center for Therapeutic Antibody Engineering
Membrane Protein Data Bank
Stephen White’s extensive list of Resources (UC Irvine)
Center for Structures of Membrane Proteins
The Membrane Protein Expression Center (UC San Francisco)
The Human Protein Atlas
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The Primacy of Public Health Considerations in Defining Poor Quality Medicines


The New Paradigm of Data Intensive/Data Rich Protein Informatics - Click here to download

Eugene Kolker, Ph.D., Chief Data Officer, Center for Developmental Therapeutics, Children’s Hospital Seattle
Interview with Mary Ann Brown

PepTalk DVDs

Dynamic Light Scattering Theory DVDDynamic Light Scattering Theory DVD • January 11, 2011

Dynamic Light Scattering Theory DVDEffector Functions to Optimize Efficacy of Therapeutic Antibodies DVD • January 11, 2011

Dynamic Light Scattering Theory DVDHighlights of Biotherapeutics & Higher-Throughput Protein Exp DVD • January 10, 2011

Dynamic Light Scattering Theory DVDCharacterization and Analysis of Particulates DVD • January 9, 2011

Dynamic Light Scattering Theory DVDProtein Crystallization DVD • January 9, 2011



Dynamic Light Scattering Theory DVDAffinity Tags for Protein Purification DVD • May 20, 2010

Dynamic Light Scattering Theory DVDDevelopment of Antibody-Based Therapeutics DVD • May 16, 2010

Insight Pharma Reports

Insight Pharma ReportsMonoclonal Antibodies in the Pipeline: A Segment of Major Growth Report 

March 2011
Author: Peter Norman, MBA, PhDMonoclonal antibodies are highly valuable therapeutic agents and were among the best-selling drugs in the world in 2010. Global revenues from monoclonal antibody products will have moved significantly past the $40 billion level in 2010 and are poised to continue growing steadily through to 2015.