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  1. Best Practices in Biotechnology Business Development: Valuation, Licensing, Cash Flow, Pharmacoeconomics, Market Selection, Communication, and Intellectual Property
  2. Career Opportunities in Biotechnology and Drug Development by Toby Freedman, 2007-10-01
  3. Building Biotechnology: Starting, Managing, and Understanding Biotechnology Companies - Business Development, Entrepreneurship, Careers, Investing, Science, Patents and Regulations by Yali Friedman, 2006-08-01
  4. Molecular Biotechnology: Principles and Applications of Recombinant DNA
  5. Biotechnology for Beginners by Reinhard Renneberg, 2007-11-22
  6. Biotechnology Demystified by Sharon Walker, 2006-08-28
  7. Introduction to Biotechnology by William J. Thieman, Michael A. Palladino, et all 2003-08-08
  8. Microbial Biotechnology: Fundamentals of Applied Microbiology by Alexander N. Glazer, Hiroshi Nikaido, 2007-10-01
  9. Biology And Biotechnology: Science, Applications, And Issues by Helen Kreuzer, Adrianne, Ph.D. Massey, 2005-07
  10. Environmental Biotechnology by Bruce E. Rittmann, Perry L. McCarty, 2001-01-01
  11. Pharmaceutical Biotechnology: Fundamentals and Applications, Third Edition: Textbook Edition
  12. Building Global Biobrands : Taking Biotechnology to Market by Francoise Simon, Philip Kotler, 2003-08-12
  13. Fundamental Laboratory Approaches for Biochemistry and Biotechnology by Alexander J. Ninfa, David P. Ballou, et all 2008-04-11
  14. Basic Laboratory Methods for Biotechnology by Lisa A. Seidman, Cynthia J. Moore, 2000-01-19

1. Council For Biotechnology Information
The Council for biotechnology Information invites you to learn more of the promise of biotechnology. Plant biotechnology Good Ideas Are Growing. Plant biotechnology is helping today to provide
Young Scientist Award Winner Hopes to Boost Iron Levels in Rice, Other Crops more View past front page features June 1, 2004
June 1, 2004 Post-Dispatch
May 30, 2004 Standard
May 28, 2004
more 'in the news' headlines

Key Topics Biotech Acres Biotech and Better Health Biotech and Butterflies Biotech Labeling Biotechnology and Genetic Diversity Economic Benefits Environmental Benefits Growing More Food In-Depth Reports Products Approved for Market Products in the Pipeline Regulation of Biotech Crops Safety of Biotech Crops What's New:
Genetically enhanced tuber contains one-third more protein than traditional varieties.

Two-thirds of consumers would buy biotech food made from crops that required less spraying.

All biotech crops grown in North America must go through years of rigorous testing before they are brought to market.

Reports conclude food developed with biotechnology is as safe or safer than food developed with conventional practices.

What's New: Biotech Crops Help Raise Farmer Incomes Around the Globe. Growers say insect-protected corn can withstand high winds of northern Spain. Families earn 34 percent more planting Bt corn — enough to support a family of five. New varieties of rice and wheat could ease global water shortages. What's New: Organizations work to give poor nations the tools and technology to improve their lives.

2. The Biotechnology Information Resource
biotechnology An Information Resource. The AgNIC Partnership on Agricultural biotechnology now replaces the BIC Web site as an active resource.
An Information Resource Web site content last revised: 2001-04-05
This Biotechnology Resource Web site is no longer updated and is useful for general purposes only.
The AgNIC Partnership on Agricultural Biotechnology now replaces the BIC Web site as an active resource. AgNIC partners in collaboration are the University of Maryland Libraries and the National Agricultural Library (NAL) . This Biotechnology Information Resource will remain available for the forseeable future. (Note dated: 2002-11-22)
Welcome to the Biotechnology Information Resource (BIC) WWW site from the National Agricultural Library of the US Department of Agriculture ARS - providing access to selected sources, services and publications covering many aspects of agricultural biotechnology.

3. NCBI HomePage
The National Center for biotechnology Information (NCBI) provides an integrated approach to the use of gene and protein sequence information, the scientific
PubMed Entrez BLAST OMIM ... Structure Search Entrez NCBI Web Site PubMed Protein Nucleotide Structure Genome Books CancerChromosomes Domains 3D Domains Gene GEO GEO Datasets HomoloGene Journals LocusLink MeSH OMIM PMC PopSet SNP Taxonomy UniGene UniSTS for
Site Map

Guide to NCBI resources

About NCBI

An introduction for researchers, educators and the public
How to reach us

What does NCBI do? Established in 1988 as a national resource for molecular biology information, NCBI creates public databases, conducts research in computational biology, develops software tools for analyzing genome data, and disseminates biomedical information - all for the better understanding of molecular processes affecting human health and disease. More
NCBI Newsletter
Entrez Query Goes "Global"
The new Entrez cross-database search page allows simultaneous searching of over twenty databases. Read in-depth about the global query feature in the most recent NCBI News
National Center for Biotechnology Information
U.S. National Library of Medicine 8600 Rockville Pike, Bethesda, MD 20894 Privacy statement Accessibility Revised: May 3, 2004.

4. Journal Home - Nature Biotechnology
Nature biotechnology journal featuring biotechnology articles and science research papers of commercial interest in pharmaceutical, medical, and environmental sciences. The Nature biotechnology
@import "/nbt/style.css"; NATURE.COM NATUREJOBS NATUREEVENTS Help USERNAME: PASSWORD: Save password Forgotten password? SEARCH JOURNAL Advanced search Journal home Advance online publication Current issue ... For librarians NPG Resources Bioentrepreneur The Nature Biotechnology Directory Nature Reviews Drug Discovery Nature ... Browse all publications June 2004 - Vol 22 No 6 Genome of a white-rot fungus Boosting essential oils in plants Imaging cancer drug effects on HER2 Current issue table of contents ... Advance online publication ADVANCE ONLINE PUBLICATION WEB PORTAL Sensitive DNA detection Article by Storhoff et al.
Gold nanoparticles carrying DNA probes have several advantages over fluorescence-based methods for DNA detection. Storhoff et al.
The biotech boom of the past 20 years in the United States is often attributed to the Bayh-Dole Act of 1980. In an ironic twist, countries around the world continue to mimic this technology transfer legislation, while the law is increasingly undermined in its land of origin.
Article by Howard
Bio-ontologies provide well-defined vocabularies that facilitate computational approaches to the exchange and analysis of biological information. Judith Blake describes this emerging field.

5. BIO | Guide To Biotechnology
Media Center . Guide to biotechnology 20032004, Contents. biotechnology A Collection of Technologies What Is biotechnology? Cells Join BIO Member Directory Member Services ... Science Updates search Advanced Search contact
Industry Organization
1225 Eye Street NW
Suite 400
Washington, DC 20005
Biotechnology information, advocacy and business support Guide to Biotechnology Printer Friendly Credits
Introduction Letter

Complete Guide in PDF
(566 KB) Contents Biotechnology: A Collection of Technologies
What Is Biotechnology?
Cells and Biological Molecules Biotechnology Industry Statistics Market Capitalization, 1994-2003 Industry Statistics: 1992-2001 Total Biotechnology Patents Granted per Year New Biotech Drug and Vaccine Approvals/New Indication Approvals by Year Private and Public Biotech Companies by Region Biotech Drug Discovery Process Total Financing, 1997-2002 Biotech Industry Financing, 2002 Time Line The Technologies and Their Applications Bioprocessing Technology Monoclonal Antibodies Cell Culture Cloning Recombinant DNA Technology Protein Engineering Biosensors Bio-nanotechnology Microarrays Biotechnology Tools in Research and Development Research Applications Includes stem cell technology, cloning, microarray technology, antisense and RNA interference, and gene knockouts

6. FDA/CFSAN - Biotechnology
biotechnology Information Food Advisory Committee Food biotechnology Subcommittee Meeting, August 1314, 2002 FDA 2002 Performance Plan biotechnology Strategies April 2001. Second Joint Symposium on Food

FDA Home Page
CFSAN Home Search/Subject Index Help
Announcements Information for Consumers Products: Completed Consultations Compliance ... Non-Government Information

7. About Biotech
Basic information about how biotechnology works and how it is used. An excellent learning tool.
Against Cancer

If every cancer is different, why not try a personalized vaccine?
Issues and Ethics

Looking forward:
Current projects and
their impact on your
life in the 21st century Biotech Applied
Today's technology
at work for you:
Pharmaceuticals, Food, Careers People and places: Interviews with real people at work in high tech jobs. Your Biotech career guide to the future Graphics Gallery Diagrams and information about complex scientific principles and processes Biotech Chronicles Looking back: The early chapters of the Biotech revolution profiled by pioneers and processes
Search Home Questions Email This Link

8. Biotech Knowledge Center
A database containing many news items, technical reports, speeches and other documents concerning agricultural biotechnology. Sponsored by Monsanto.
Welcome to the Knowledge Center, sponsored by Monsanto. We hope you will find this evolving collection of news items, technical reports and other documents useful, and that the material assembled here which represents many points of view will promote a deeper understanding of agricultural biotechnology.
También en español de América Latina

- Available in Spanish (Latin America)

Também em português brasileiro

- Available in Portuguese (Brazil)
To search the site, enter text below:
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Crop Biotech Update 28 May, 2004

International Service For The Acquisition Of Agri-Biotech Applications SEAsia Center And CAB International
Crop Biotech Update 21 May, 2004

21-May-2004 International Service For The Acquisition Of Agri-Biotech Applications SEAsia Center And CAB International

9. Biotech, Biotechnology And Pharmaceutical News, Jobs, Companies, Stocks: This Is
Upto-date industry news, stock quotes, company information, job postings and industry resources for all publicly traded biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies.
June 6, 2004 News Resources Jobs Companies Diseases Events Experts Glossary Breaking News
By Subject


Biotech Bay

Biotech Beach


Pharm Country
... BioCrossroads NEW! UK NEW! For Job Seekers Search Jobs Post Resume For Employers Post a Job Search Resumes Career Expos Trials by Company ... Quick Lit Search Inhibitex, Inc. Announces Initial Public Offering Of Common Stock... More The Medicines Company MDCO ) Receives FDA Review Letter For Angiomax Supplemental Filing; Application Not Approvable... More Dyax Corp. DYAX ) Receives FDA Permission To Resume DX-88 Clinical Trials... More EU Committee Backs Aventis S.A. AVE ) Diabetes Drug Apidra... More Sanofi-Synthelabo SA - France SASY.PA ) Release: New Indications For Arixtra(R) In The United States: The Treatment Of Acute Deep Venous Thrombosis And Acute Pulmonary Embolism... More Novo Nordisk NVO ) Receives EU Approval Of Levemir(R), New Long-Acting Insulin Analog... More Biogen Idec, Inc. (Massachusetts) BIIB ) And Elan Corporation PLC ELN ) Submit Application To The European Medicines Agency For Approval Of ANTEGREN For Multiple Sclerosis Based On One-Year Data... More Allos Therapeutics, Inc.

10. Biotechnology Information Directory - A Public Service Of Cato Research
biotechnology Information Directory Section. The World Wide Web Virtual Library A public service of Cato Research. biotechnology Information Directory Section and other directories specific
A public service of Cato Research
Biotechnology Information Directory Section
The World Wide Web Virtual Library
Since 1995, a public service of Cato Research This directory contains over 2000 links to companies, research institutes, universities, sources of information and other directories specific to biotechnology, pharmaceutical development and related fields. It places emphasis on product development and the delivery of products and services. We provide an RSS feed Our Site Is A Very Nice Site, A Very Nice Site Indeed ... Sources of Information Over 700 links 28 May 04 Genomics and Proteomics Over 200 links 28 May 04 Drug discovery, high-throughput screening, software, databases, libraries ...
28 May 04 Electronic and paper
Over 350 links 01 Jun 04
Over 400 links 01 Jun 04

11. SciWeb - The Life Science Home Page
Resources for life science, biology, biotechnology, pharmaceutical, and medical diagnostic information.

12. NCBI HomePage
NCBI HomePage The National Center for biotechnology Information (NCBI) provides an integrated approach to the use of gene and protein sequence information, the scientific literature (MEDLINE),

Explains the basic concepts with some background on genetics and genetic engineering to transfer desired traits. Includes a glossary of trade words and their meanings.
PRINCIPLES OF BIOTECHNOLOGY Biotechnology Information Series (Bio-1) North Central Regional Extension Publication Iowa State University - University Extension Biotechnology Defined
Biotechnology can be broadly defined as "using living organisms or their products for commercial purposes." As such, biotechnology has been practiced by human society since the beginning of recorded history in such activities as baking bread, brewing alcoholic beverages, or breeding food crops or domestic animals. A narrower and more specific definition of biotechnology is "the commercial application of living organisms or their products, which involves the deliberate manipulation of their DNA molecules" (see glossary for definitions of bold-print words). This definition implies a set of laboratory techniques developed within the last 20 years that have been responsible for the tremendous scientific and commercial interest in biotechnology, the founding of many new companies, and the redirection of research efforts and financial resources among established companies and universities. These laboratory techniques provide scientists with a spectacular vision of the design and function of living organisms, and provide technologists in many fields with the tools to implement exciting commercial applications. Principles of Biology
All living organisms are composed of cells that contain a substance called DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) in the chromosomes. (See Fig.1.) The structure of DNA molecules contains information that is used by cells as a "recipe" for the organism; that is, the characteristics of any living thing essentially are determined by the information in DNA. The "words" for the DNA recipe, called genes, are derived from a 4-letter alphabet (A, C, G, T) and usually contain between 1,000 and 100,000 letters. The entire recipe, called the genome, may contain between 4 million (simple bacteria) and 3 billion (human) letters or more.

14. Biotechnology Patents
Ag biotechnology Patents and New Technologies. Full text biotechnology Patents (1994) (1995). Recent Biotech Patent TITLES are also available.
Ag Biotechnology Patents and New Technologies
Biotechnology: Patenting Issues QB 9609; 1/90-7/96 (September 1996) [107.4 kb]
This is a fairly extensive bibliography of articles and monographs related to Biotechnology patents
  • Full text Biotechnology Patents: (
  • Recent Biotech Patent TITLES are also available.
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  • 15. Biotechnology Articles, Jobs And Information: Biotechnology @
    biotechnology articles and information from the nature publishing group s wide ranging science resources. Nature biotechnology. Nature Reviews Drug Discovery. about npg nature science update naturejobs ... register SEARCH Sunday 06 June 2004 Resources Nature Biotechnology Nature Reviews Drug Discovery Nature Reviews Microbiology Nature ... EMBO reports NPG Subject areas Access material from all our publications in your subject area: Biotechnology Cancer Chemistry Clinical Medicine ... Microbiology NEW! Molecular Cell Biology Neuroscience Pharmacology Physics
    This page allows you to find all relevant Nature Publishing Group resources in the field of biotechnology View jobs in biotechnology NEWS
    EU enlargement brings biotech opportunities

    Nature Biotechnology
    FDA plans to improve and accelerate product reviews

    Nature Biotechnology
    Brain-targeted drug offers impotence hope

    Nature Science Update
    Genetics help hound health

    Nature Science Update
    Statins may curb multiple sclerosis

    Nature Science Update WEB FOCUSES: RNAi GM Crops Stem Cells Food and the future ... The Y chromosome RESEARCH AND REVIEWS Adipose-derived adult stromal cells heal critical-size mouse calvarial defects Nature Biotechnology Encoded self-assembling chemical libraries Nature Biotechnology Engineered endophytic bacteria improve phytoremediation of water-soluble, volatile, organic pollutants

    16. Brite Technologies
    Offers, spectrophotometers, analytical instruments, general laboratory instruments and turnkey projects related to Life Sciences, chemistry, spectroscopy, biotechnology, biomedical, and analytical applications.

    17. Future Home Of A Dotster Registered Domain
    An international consulting firm providing bioscientific technology assessments and consulting services to the biotechnology, investment and legal communities.
    Featured Partners Scripts Webmaster Resources Webmaster Forum Open Source ... Online Shopping

    18. BIO, Biotechnology Industry Organization Biotechnology Information
    BIO, biotechnology Industry Organization biotechnology information, advocacy and business support This resource is a portal for biotechnology information, advocacy, business support. The site

    19. BioTech's Life Science Dictionary
    Definitions for over 8300 terms associated with genetics, biochemistry, biotechnology, botany, chemistry,
    W elcome to BioTech's life science dictionary! Please read the Search Instructions first.
    Search Terms: AND OR Search Definitions:
    Contains this word/letter/fragment
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    Find terms that contain the entered word in their definitions Looking for a chemical acronym? Try searching BioTech's Chemical Acronyms Database This free resource was developed by our staff members and contributors and is still very much under construction. Currently, most of our 8300+ terms deal with biochemistry, biotechnology, botany, cell biology and genetics. We also have some terms relating to ecology, limnology, pharmacology, toxicology and medicine. Don't expect to find common or exotic animals here; there are far too many species to cover even a fraction in a resource like this. However, we've included medically- and biotechnologically-relevant organisms such as bacteria, worms, fungi, and some plants. We are adding new terms as quickly as our funding permits. Feel free to send us word suggestions or other comments
    • If you want to look up a specific animal, try

    20. BIO 2004 Newsroom
    biotechnology information, advocacy and business support. BIO News. BIO Lauds United Nations Report on biotechnology and Needs of the World s Poor (May 14). Newsroom Registration Agenda Sponsors Exhibitors ... Speakers BIO 2004 Newsroom BIO Press Releases CA Biotech Press Kit Conference News
    (via PR Newswire)
    ... BIO Annual Report BIO 2004 Information
    Press Room
    Room 304, South Building
    9 am to 5 pm Sun.
    7 am to 5 pm Wed. Sunday, June 6, 2004 Media Highlights Sunday ...
    Media Brunch: "Biotech Solutions for Obesity" - 11:00 am More
    Sunday highlights
    Press Conferences
    Monday, June 7 New Economy Strategies, Inc
    9:00 am, Room #303 "Global Farmers Speak Out for 'Technology in a Seed'"
    10:00 a.m., Room #303 "Government of Victoria, Australia ... Succeeding at Doing Business Globally" 10:00 a.m., Room #305 Complete press conference schedule Biotechnology Solutions for Everyday Life A New Brochure Read the brochure (1.1 MB PDF) Celebrity Chef Prepares Biotech Menu For Sunday Media Brunch As part of the "Biotech Solutions for Obesity" media brunch, acclaimed Chef Robert Del Grande has created a special menu to highlight how biotech foods of today and in the future can aid in fighting the obesity crisis. Read the media advisory Mayor Gavin Newsom Welcomes BIO 2004 to San Francisco Mayor Newsom joined BIO President Carl B. Feldbaum (left) and Don Thomas, a San Francisco entrepreneur, on Wednesday, June 2 to welcome the industry to the the city. The welcome event was organized by Sharon Carlock, an industry pioneer. Approximately 18,000 registrants from 60 countries will gather for the conference that begins June 6.

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