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Competition for stem cell research is fierce

While Wisconsins position in stem-cell research is strong, there are pitfalls and competitors to reckon with if the state wishes to hold its leading position, according to UW-Madison stem cell researcher Prof. Gabriela Cezar.

Cezar, who recently joined UW to assist with its stem-cell work, spoke this week a......

Full article >>> s used eggs donated by younger lab workers and paid donors, Cezar underscored the importance of working within ethical guidelines and avoiding conflicts of interest.

Thats one example of a line you dont cross.

Ethical concerns were cited as one danger along the way. While embryonic cells are more scaleable and have greater plasticity than stem cells derived from adult sources, co......

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The biggest image that people have in their mind when they think about stem-cell companies, is companies that are making tissue or cells for transplantation, and it is not clear to me whether or not any of those companies that are aimed at that business will be able to get to a product before they run out of money, Seay said.


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