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CellCura could start an invasion of stem cell firms

Madison, Wis. - The first segment of a national and international pipeline to Wisconsin might have been put in place with the announcement that CellCura, Inc., a Norwegian biotechnology and stem cell research company, will be opening a location in Madison's University Research Park.

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Full article >>> and the other companies that are here, said Jim Leonhart, executive vice president of the Wisconsin Biotechnology and Medical Device Association. I think it opens the door for other possibilities for companies to come in.

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Dag Dvergsten, president of CellCura, said the company is confident that its collabo......

Full article >>> ng research at non-profit and academic institutions in Wisconsin receive a free, non-exclusive research license under the stem cell patents held by WARF for sponsored research.

Those companies, however, would still have to pay royalty fees to WARF for that research. (An earlier version of this story incorrectly noted that they would not have to pay royalties to WARF, but in fact any comp......

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