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Thomson lends perspective to stem cell expectations

Madison, Wis. - When scientists look back at this early period in human embryonic stem cell discovery, they might regret the hype surrounding this controversial research, but they won't be able to accuse the man who derived stem cells from embryos of contributing to it.

Outlining some of the remaining challenges for stem cell researchers, University of......

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The company plans to introduce a test for drug candidates for heart toxicity, and hopes to do limited cardiac toxic testing in human cardio myocytes - beating heart cells - in the first quarter of next year.

"It's Craig January's prior......

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Thomson also said he doesn't worry that a challenge to the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation's stem cell patents will result in their being overturned or altered. That, he suggested, is WARF's concern. "So Carl [Gulbrandsen, WARF's managing dire......

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