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JPM at 10

By 1991 the biotechnology industry, as measured by our annual January gatherings in San Francisco, had just hit 10. In just over a decade, a new industry built on the ability to “cut and paste DNA” had erased the need to await the Mendelian generational clock to rewrite the blueprints of life. In just a short 10 years, remarkable investments, talents and ambitions had been mobilized and new medical and agricultural advances were emerging. Read More…

 

Breaking the Blood-Brain Barrier

Jeneen Interlandi, The Scientific American, June 2013

 

A Unique Carrier for Delivery of Therapeutic Compounds beyond the Blood-Brain Barrier

Delara Karkan, Cheryl Pfeifer, Timothy Z. Vitalis, Gavin Arthur, Maki Ujiie, Qingqi Chen, Sam Tsai, Gerrasimo Koliatis, Reinhard Gabathuler, and Wilfred A. Jefferies, PLos ONE, June 2008

 

Blood–Brain Barrier Permeability Precedes Senile Plaque Formation in an Alzheimer Disease Model

Maki Ujite, Dara L. Dickstein, Douglas A. Carlow, and Wilfred A. Jefferies, Microcirculation, 2003

 

Neurological Disorders Public Health Challenges: Global Burden of Neurological Disorders Estimates and Projections

World Health Organization, 2006

 

Neurological Disorders Public Health Challenges: Conclusions and Recommendations

World Health Organization, 2006