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Stem Cell Translational Research Collaboration to Benefit Humans & Pets

Posted by BCI Staff on Mon, Nov 07, 2011

Much in the way a service or police dog may be the advance guard for its human partner in situations where there are unknown safety factors, stem cell therapies performed on companion animals may pave the way for human treatments.  To accomplish that translational goal, North Carolina State University has entered into a collaborative research and clinical endeavor with Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center to accelerate the development of new therapies with promising benefits for people as well as the animals on which they are initially used.

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Tags: North Caroline State University, North Carolina, Stem cell research, Translational Research, Southeast, animal science

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