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In 1943, Albert Schatz, a tender Rutgers university Ph. D. scholar, labored on a wartime venture in microbiology professor Selman Waksman’s lab, looking for an antibiotic to struggle infections at the entrance traces and at domestic. In his 11th test on a standard bacterium present in farmyard soil, Schatz came across streptomycin, the 1st powerful remedy for tuberculosis, one of many world’s deadliest illnesses.
As director of Schatz’s examine, Waksman took credits for the invention, belittled Schatz’s paintings, and secretly enriched himself with royalties from the streptomycin patent filed by way of the pharmaceutical corporation Merck. In an remarkable lawsuit, younger Schatz sued Waksman, and used to be provided the name of “co-discoverer” and a percentage of the royalties. yet years later, Professor Waksman on my own was once provided the Nobel Prize. Schatz disappeared into educational obscurity.
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Source: Laakso, A Palvimaki, E P Kuoppamaki, M Syvalahti, E Hietala, J Neuropsychopharmacology. 1996 August; 15(2): 143-51 0893-133X • Citalopram and 8-OH-DPAT attenuate nicotine-induced excitation of central noradrenaline neurons. Author(s): Department of Pharmacology, University of Goteborg, Sweden. Source: Engberg, G J-Neural-Transm-Gen-Sect. 1992; 89(3): 149-54 0300-9564 • Citalopram: interaction studies with levomepromazine, imipramine, and lithium. Author(s): Department of Clinical Pharmacology, Odense University, Denmark.
41 CHAPTER 6. RESEARCHING MEDICATIONS Overview While a number of hard copy or CD-ROM resources are available for researching medications, a more flexible method is to use Internet-based databases. Broadly speaking, there are two sources of information on approved medications: public sources and private sources. We will emphasize free-to-use public sources. S. Pharmacopeia Because of historical investments by various organizations and the emergence of the Internet, it has become rather simple to learn about the medications recommended for Celexa.
Patents, similar rules govern foreign patents. In this chapter, we show you how to locate information on patents and their inventors. If you find a patent that is particularly interesting to you, contact the inventor or the assignee for further information. IMPORTANT NOTE: When following the search strategy described below, you may discover non-medical patents that use the generic term “Celexa” (or a synonym) in their titles. To accurately reflect the results that you might find while conducting research on Celexa, we have not necessarily excluded non-medical patents in this bibliography.