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Biomedical Alliance about more than stem cells

Milwaukee, Wis. - If you're a casual follower of the news about biotech research in Wisconsin, you might be convinced by now that virtually every researcher wearing a white coat is somehow engaged in coaxing embryonic stem cells to perform miracles.

Not so. While Wisconsin is a national leader in stem cell research, thanks to breakthroughs at the
Full article >>> dment earlier this year. Predictably, that's what wound up in the headlines. But here's the rub: There is no human embryonic stem cell research being conducted by the consortium's five institutions at this time.

The Medical College of Wisconsin has done some work with adult stem cells, but that type of research is supported by the same people who believe h......

Full article >>> earch base are proteomics, bioinformatics, biopreparedness, bioengineering, neuroscience, aquatic biology, detection technologies, medical imaging, physiology, biochemistry, and molecular biology. There's more than enough work to do, even if there's never a single experiment involving human embryonic stem cells.

State politicians shouldn't dwell on the potential for stem cell research in ......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Tom Still 09/25/06


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