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Stem Cell Technologies: World Market Outlook 2011-2021
Date:7/4/2011

2.1 CellCure Neurosciences

4.2.3 CellCyte Genetics

4.2.4 Cellular Dynamics International

4.2.5 International Stem Cell Corp

4.2.6 MultiCell Technologies

4.2.7 Regenetech

4.2.8 Stem Cell Innovations

4.2.9 Stemgent

4.2.10 Thermo Fisher Scientific/HyClone

4.2.11 ViaCyte

4.2.12 Vitro Biopharma

4.3 Selected Private Cord Blood Banks

4.3.1 Biogenea-Cellgenea

4.3.2 China Cord Blood Corp

4.3.3 Cord Blood America

4.3.4 Cryo-Cell International

4.3.5 Cryo-Save

4.3.6 LifebankUSA

4.3.7 Thermogenesis

4.3.8 ViaCord

5. Issues Affecting the Stem Cell Technologies Market 2011-2021

5.1 SWOT Chart for the Stem Cells Market 2011-2021

5.2 Strengths

5.2.1 Stem Cell Therapies Already Have a Number of Applications

5.2.2 Stem Cells Have Vast Therapeutic Potential

5.2.3 Stem Cells Have Uses Beyond Therapy

5.2.4 Strength in Numbers

5.2.5 Strong Government Support for Stem Cells

5.3 Weaknesses

5.3.1 The Research Field is Fragmented

5.3.2 A Complex Intellectual Property Environment

5.3.3 Research Relies Too Heavily on Government Funding

5.3.4 Difficulties in Scaling Up

5.3.5 Neither Autologous nor Allogeneic Therapies Are Perfect Yet

5.3.5.1 Autologous Therapies

5.3.5.2 Allogeneic Therapies

5.3.5.3 Incompatibility with the Existing Pharmaceutical Model?

5.4 Opportunities

5.4.1 Leading Pharma Companies Investing in Stem Cell Research

5.4.2 The Potential of iPSCs 

5.4.2.1 Transdifferentiation

5.4.3 Philanthropy May Prove a Good Source of Funding

5.4.4 Asia Offers Dynamic Opportunities

5.4.4.1 South Korea

5.4.4.2 Israel

5.4.5 The First New Therapies Launched Will DriveMarket Growth

5.5 Threats

5.5.1 Some Companies Will Fail

5.5.1.1 Cas
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