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Celltex Therapeutics Corporation Expands Laboratory Operations And Adds Depth To Its Management Team
Date:8/2/2012

work to ensure the safety of health products."

Young joins Celltex from Pharmaceutical Product Development, Inc. in Middleton, Wisconsin, where she served as Associate Research Scientist. Formerly an Internal physician in the Department of Medicine at Wang-Jiang-Shan Hospital in Zhejiang, China, and a Visiting Scientist and Ph.D. in molecular biology and biochemistry at the Lund University, Sweden, Young has expertise in cell biology, molecular genetics and biochemistry. She has also co-authored publications on the development and optimization of laboratory assays, and cell sort and flow cytometry analysis.

Young received her medical degree from Zhejiang University School of Medicine. Zhejiang, China.  She received her doctoral degree from Lund University, Faculty of Medicine in Sweden.

"Stem cell banking is cutting edge technology in a field that holds great potential," noted Young. "Quality and safety are tantamount to the growth of this industry and I am excited to help Celltex provide stem cell banking and multiplication of the highest quality to its clients."

For more information on Celltex Therapeutics Corporation and its staff please visit www.CelltexBank.com.

About Celltex

Celltex Therapeutics Corporation is a leader in providing services for the rapidly expanding field of regenerative medicine. Specifically, Celltex purifies, multiplies, and stores adult adipose-derived mesenchymal stem cells and rigorously follows the standards of good manufacturing practices for human cell laboratories. Celltex's laboratory currently holds more than fourteen patents protecting methodology and quality control. The Celltex process ensures extracted adult stem cells are separated, multiplied and stored without any genetic alteration or exposure to chemicals and drugs.  Celltex is currently researching new methods and technology for banking and stem cell treatment therapies
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