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WARF expands license agreement with Advanced Cell Technology

Madison, Wis. - Advanced Cell Technology, the California biotechnology company that announced last year it had discovered a way to extract stem cells from human embryos without destroying the embryos, has reached an expanded commercialization agreement with the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation.

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The company's history with WARF dates back to its collaboration with University of Wisconsin-Madison professor Jamie Thompson, who developed a method for isolating and defining human embryonic stem cells.


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