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Date:7/19/2010

REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM

F. INVESTMENT FOCUS

III. INDUSTRY OVERVIEW

A. INDUSTRY ACTIVITIES

MERGERS/ACQUISITIONS/AGREEMENTS/PATENTS GRANTS/JOINT VENTURES/etc……

NEW CULTURE DISH OVERCOMES THE LIMITATIONS IN HUMAN EMBRYONIC STEM CELL RESEARCH

STEM CELL THERAPY A MAJOR ROLE FOR ACUTE LUNG DAMAGE IN MICE

NEW APPROACH IN MEDICAL APPLICATION OF RESOURCEFUL AND PROTECTED PLURIPOTENT STEM CELLS FOR ENGENDERING

REGENERATIVE STEM CELL TREATMENTS WITH PATIENTS HAVING CONGESTIVE HEART FAILURE BIOHEART THERAPIES

STEM CELL MODULATOR PIPELINE WITH ACQUISITION OF FATE THERAPEUTICS WITH VERIO THERAPEUTICS

SRU BIOSYSTEMS ANNOUNCES INTRODUCTION OF BIND(R) SCANNER FOR PRIMARY AND STEM CELL APPLICATIONS

NEW PROGRESS DIRECTED TO A GET THROUGH PROCESS FOR EXTENDED MEDICAL APPLICATION OF MATURE STEM CELLS

AGREEMENT FOR PATENT AND CULTIVATION OF PLURIPOTENT STEM CELLS

APPLICATION ON CHEMOKINE TECHNOLOGY TO INCREASE EFFICACY OF TISSUE-SPECIFIC STEM CELL HOMING IN COPD TREATMENT

TESTING OF RETINAL PIGMENT FROM HUMAN PARTHENOGENETIC STEM CELLS

AUGMENTATION FEATURE HELP STEM CELL GROWTH: REGENERATION

ADULT ALLOGENEIC MESENCHYMAL STEM CELLS TREATMENT FOR STROKE FROM STEMEDICA CELL TECHNOLOGIES, INC

STEM CELL MANUFACTURING FOR STROKE AND CLINICAL TRIAL FROM RENEURON GROUP PLC

PATENT GRAND FOR PLURIPOTENT RAT STEM CELLS AND GENETICALLY ENGINEERED RATS FOR STEMCELLS, INC.

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