Published in Medicine and Law Weekly, May 26th, 2006
The work involves creating cost-effective and scaleable methods for making ethically-derived adult stem cells for therapeutic use, notably for wound healing.
The project aims to bring significant advances in the development of new, fully functional skin tissue to treat burns victims.
Partners in the near-UKP 1 million, 3-year project include the Centre for Stem Cell Discovery & Regenerative Medicine of the U.K.'s Durham University; the Blond McIndoe Centre, prominent in plastic and reconstructive...
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