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A New Pluirpotent Human Stem Cell Platform Grown Directly on Plastic, Scalable for use in Many Different Drug Discovery Applications

James Kelly, CEO, Stem Cell Innovations, speaking at the Stem Cells World Congress 2007
Date Posted: Monday, March 03, 2008
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