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Conference notes from Genostem International Symposium on Mesenchymal Stem Cells

Genostem is a consortium of 160 European scientists from 11 EC member countries comprising 11 academic institutions and 5 private enterprises. The project, founded in 2004, is focused on developing and applying advances in cell based therapies for the regeneration … Continue reading

29. November 2007 by Mr. Gunn
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What’s New in Pubmed this week: Stem Cells

I’m subscribed to some search feeds at Pubmed. Here’s what caught my eye this week in the Stem Cells feed:

13. November 2007 by Mr. Gunn
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What’s New in Pubmed This Week: Stem cells

I’m subscribed to some search feeds at Pubmed. Here’s what caught my eye this week in the Stem Cells feed: There were 35 new articles this week, only two of which were open access.

05. November 2007 by Mr. Gunn
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What’s new in Pubmed this week: Stem Cells

I’m subscribed to some search feeds at Pubmed. Here’s what caught my eye this week in the Stem Cells feed:

29. October 2007 by Mr. Gunn
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Nature Reports has a Stem Cell Research Roundup

Hot on the heels of my Pubmed MSC roundup, Nature Reports has a Stem Cell Edition out, and because, you know, they’re a huge multinational publishing company staffed with professional journalists, it contains some fascinating stuff, while covering most of … Continue reading

25. October 2007 by Mr. Gunn
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What’s interesting in Pubmed this Week: Stem Cells

I’m subscribed to some search feeds at Pubmed. Here’s what caught my eye this week:

22. October 2007 by Mr. Gunn
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Nature interviews Alan Trounson, the new head of California’s Institute for Regerative Medicine.

CIRM is a state-run institution with a mission to advance research in regenerative medicine, and it will be interesting to see how effective this kind of monolithic non-university institute can be in terms of making real scientific progress. The position … Continue reading

01. October 2007 by Mr. Gunn
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