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Phillips Plastics to help develop orthopedics with stem cells

Prescott, Wis. - Phillips Plastics Corp., a custom injection molder and materials science company based in Prescott, Wis., has entered into a collaborative agreement with a St. Paul biomedical company to develop and commercialize stem cell therapeutics for orthopedic applications.

The agreement with BioE, Inc., which develops human stem......

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The companies initially will focus on developing combination products for strategic licensing. BioE's business model was developed for a licensor, and Phillips' technology already was the element of licenses, so the collaboration fits nicely with the BioE's partnering strategy, Haider said.

While their target market is not the ac......

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"We found out it was quite synergistic," he said.

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Source:wistechnology.com By WTN News 05/21/07


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