Stem Cell Center Established in Scotland

Holland-Moritz, Pam
November 2003
Genomics & Proteomics;Nov/Dec2003, Vol. 3 Issue 9, p13
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Announces the funding of the establishment of a stem cell research center at Edinburgh University in Scotland. Aim to discover some of the fundamental science around stem cells; Interest in the potential for embryonic stem cells in treating diabetes.


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