Shotgun Approach

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Shotgun Approach

A marketing strategy that focuses on a wide range of targets. That is, a shotgun approach attempts to market a product to as many demographics as possible. See also: Rifle Approach.
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Supported by generic scientific and training in economical and clinical valorisation, these researchers can further implement these technologies in the musculoskeletal or other areas, both in academia and industry.2 To develop strategies exclusively targeting diseased tissues with controlled doses of bio-actives, circumventing the disadvantages of the current shotgun approaches in regenerative medicine.
It is necessary to move beyond shotgun approaches to correcting rating error and mobilize verification databases and pattern detection technology to target likely errors.
Recovering viruses from large pools of human serum and plasma and routinely cloning and sequencing the viral nucleic acids (using established shotgun approaches) appears technically feasible.