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WiCell to host new national stem cell bank

ntists, said Carl Gulbrandsen, WiCell board president and managing director of WARF, the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation. The new price will be $500. That will make the stem cell lines available to a greater number of scientists, he said.

Scientists wish to understand the properties of as many individual stem cell lines as possible and to standardize methods for growing them. While t......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Katherine Esposito 10/03/05


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