Vaccine manufacturing includes raising mosquitoes; Torrent recalls Olanzapine; PhRMA helps pay for SF drug recycling;

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> A Phase I study of a new malaria vaccine has found that a manufacturing process--which involves raising mosquitoes in sterile conditions, infecting them with malaria and then irradiating--is viable. Story

> Vindon has opened a 3,000 cubic-foot, temperature-controlled pharmaceutical storage facility in Santa Fe Springs, CA, to serve the southern part of the state. Release

> Marken has opened a kit-building operation near the Changi airport in Singapore. Release

> The U.S. subsidiary of Ahmedabad-based Torrent Pharma is recalling the anti-psychotic drug Olanzapine 10 mg tablets that it manufactures for Prasco Labs over concerns the packaging is faulty. Report

> The dietary supplement manufacturing facility of NVE Pharmaceuticals has received an FDA warning letter. Letter

And Finally... The Pharmaceutical Researchers and Manufacturers of America (PhRMA) has made a $125,000 grant, which will cover half the cost for San Francisco to operate its drug disposal program for at least another year. Story