FDA issues warning letter for Indian drugmaker; Florida man gets 6 years for Lilly heist;

> A Florida man who is among a number convicted for the massive burglary of an Eli Lilly ($LLY) warehouse in 2010 has been sentenced to 6 years in prison. Story

> The FDA has cited Indian API maker Micro Labs in warning letter citing a variety of problems including manipulating drug testing. Letter

> Baxter International is recalling 31,000 bags of fluconazole injection. Recall

> India plans to push back regulations that would require tracking IDs on some drug packaging. Story

> Researchers at the University of Warwick in the U.K. have won a £12 million award to create a new center to develop advanced technologies in synthetic biology for use in making pharmaceuticals and in chemicals for other industries. Release

> Ohio-based Lab services company VWR has acquired National Biochemicals (NBC) to expand its place in the manufacturing of products to the biochemistry industry. Report 

> Innovate UK will provide a grant of approximately £1.3 million to a research consortium led by Plasticell to use its CombiCult cord blood stem cell manufacturing process to see about speeding development. Release

 

 

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