- A kind of traveling road show is making its way around Wisconsin to educate people about one of the most controversial areas of scientific research - embryonic stem cell research - and its presenters believe even the skeptics are walking away a little less skeptical.
The presentations by Tom Still, president of the Full article >>>
uld come later.
Things like transplantation therapies are way down the road because we have to understand this other stuff first, she said.
While the research is still in its infancy, Still said the sale of stem cell products worldwide reached $16.4 million in 2006, it's expected to more than double to $35 million in 2007, and then experience 50 percent annual growth rates in sub......Full article >>>
James Thomson used when he developed a method of deriving stem cells from embryos, and two more since. One reason for this is that embryonic stem cells have the ability to reproduce indefinitely in culture, making it possible to obtain large amounts for scientific study.
Another factor, Carlson said, is that the university has developed a cell culture system in which stem cell lines can b......Full article >>>
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