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Fate Therapeutics Named One of the 50 Most Innovative Companies in the World by MIT's Technology Review
Date:2/26/2010

"In choosing the TR50, we picked companies with this year's most important inventions and breakthroughs. But we also selected companies that are successfully growing businesses and markets around innovative new products," said Jason Pontin, editor in chief and publisher of Technology Review. "The TR50 list is our selection of companies that show the most impressive innovation in commercializing new technologies."

Because iPSCs have been shown to behave similarly to embryonic stem cells with the ability to differentiate into various cell types, such as cardiomyocytes, hepatocytes, neurons and pancreatic cells and can be created from any adult somatic cell, like a skin cell, iPSC technology has significant commercial and medical value.  For example, iPSCs can be used to assess drug toxicity across diverse genetic backgrounds, enable the development of disease model systems for basic research and drug discovery and may ultimately result in personalized cell therapies.  Fate Therapeutics is using iPSCs to recreate adult stem cell niche environments for the discovery of "stem cell modulator" compounds that act in vivo for therapeutic benefit.

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