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Wisconsin researchers defend stem cell company

Milwaukee, Wis. - Now that the dust has settled in the case of Advanced Cell Technology vs. critics in the scientific community, just what is the judgment of Wisconsin scientists as to the ethical behavior of the Alameda, Calif.-based company?

The question was put to three stem cell researchers who recently spoke on stem cell basics at the......

Full article >>> new technique. The agreement is contingent on federal recognition and funding of the lines.

It also gave Wisconsin gubernatorial candidate Mark Green, who has opposed new federal funding for embryonic stem cell research that involves the destruction of embryos, an opportunity to fend off charges that he would bring the controversial research to ......

Full article >>> y, and anatomy at the Medical College of Wisconsin, and both conducting research on beating heart cells, fear that ACT will be lumped with South Korean researcher Hwang Woo Suk. Suk made headlines worldwide by claiming to have made an embryonic stem cell line from a cloned human embryo, but he later was discredited.

"I don't think we should compare it to what happened in South Korea," Dun......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Joe Vanden Plas 10/13/06


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