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Opexa Advances Monocyte Derived Islet Technology to Proof of Principle in stz-induced NOD/SCID Mice

... were transplanted under the kidney capsule of stz-induced NOD/SCID mice. The second presentation, also made by Dr. Winnier, was presented at the isct Annual Meeting in Sydney, Australia. The Company's recent adult stem cell research has demonstrated the successful generation of MDIs from insulin-dep...
ISCT in Biological Technology

ThermoGenesis Announces Abstracts to Be Presented at Upcoming Stem Cell Therapy Conference

...ecutive Officer of ThermoGenesis. The abstracts to be presented at the isct include: Findings from a company study designed to evaluate...g clinicians and solution providers in the stem cell sector at the upcoming isct and identifying new opportunities for the use of our cell processing techno...

Sangamo BioSciences Announces Presentation of Phase 1 Data of ZFP Therapeutic at International Society for Cellular Therapy (ISCT) Meeting

...nd treatment." Clinical Results Presented at the isct Meeting The data presented at the isct meeting on Sunday, May 18, 2008, were collected fr...Presentations of Data from Sangamo Programs at the isct Meeting In addition, preclinical data is being p...

BioLife Solutions Expands Scientific Advisory Board

...several cell therapy biotechnology companies, and has served as editor of the International Society for Cellular Therapy Telegraft, and on the isct Executive Committee. A frequently invited speaker at industry and academic conferences, he is the author of more than 100 scientific publicati...
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