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To help scientists and healthcare professionals keep pace with developments in bioengineered drugs, Ho and Gibaldi (U. of Washington School of Pharmacy, Seattle) introduce monographs on biopharmaceutical technologies and processes, therapies based on biotechnology, and future directions (e.g, individualized gene- based medicine)-while acknowledging that biotechnology is anathema to some. Appended tables summarize technical data and information on therapeutic use and nomenclature. An auxiliary Web site is available.
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