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You.

Posted by kinasepro on December 18, 2006

Yes you.

Yep, here’s a post about you.

(image from Time.Com)

The sitemeter in the blogroll means I’ve been keeping an eye on you, and frankly I’m a little surprised! BMS wins with the highest hit-count from a pharma/biotech. Scripps La Jolla for the .EDU side, and Exelixis (SD) wins most technologically astute being the only pharma to be using IE7. Nobody in biotech or pharma is using FireFox? Guys c’mon there’s a portable app. (<- retracted Millenium just hit the site with FF)

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So Who’s been checking KP?

.COM (in no particular order)

BMS
Johnson and Johnson
Novartis West
Novartis East
Merck
Pfizer
GSK
Wyeth
Eli Lilly
Exelixis
Amgen
Astra-Zeneca
Vertex
Cephalon
Celgene
Schering AG
Roche, Palo Alto
Eisai, JP
Ariad
Merck DE
Takeda
Marinus
Argenta Discovery
Banyu, JP
Supergen
Astex Therapeutics, UK
Albany Molecular Research
Bausch and Lomb
Chem Comp
ACS Consulting Services?
Covance
Organon Laboratories; UK
Structural GenomiX
Cancer Research UK
Tanabe Research Labs
Molecular Insight Pharmaceuticals
Telik
Pharmacyclics
Millenium
Aventis
Arena

.EDU: (also in no particular order) Scripps La Jolla; Scripps Florida, Harvard, Mayo, Texas A&M, University of Delaware, Rutgers, Emory, University of Arizona, University of Illinois Urbana-Champagne, UC Riverside, Oxford University, IFOM; Italy, University of Texas at Austin, Universitaet zu Koeln, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Cornell, UC Irvine, Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry; Poland, Max Planck Institut fuer molekulare Physiologie; Germany, Universitaet des Saarlandes; Germany, Eberhard-Karls-Universitaet; Germany, UC San Francisco, University of Helsinki, Cambridge University, Wageningen University and Research Centre, University of Arizona, Trinity College; Dublin Ireland, Wayne State University Medical Center, University of Delaware

.GOV: NIH NCI-Frederick European Patent Office

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2 Responses to “You.”

  1. ebola1 said

    Maybe this is why BI is struggling — they don’t keep up with the important scientific info.

  2. kinasepro said

    Heh, very observant. I hand’t noticed. Some of the smaller companies might fly under the radar – since I don’t know who’s behind the private ISP’s, but I’d expect to have seen BI.

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