Proposed Malaysian stem cell center to get about $1.3M from Inno Bio

12/15/2008 | Bernama (Malaysian National News Agency)

Inno Bio Diagnostics has agreed to invest about $1.3 million to establish a facility at Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia Medical Centre that will develop stem cell treatments. Inno Bio and UKMMC will jointly operate the facility to create human hepatocyte-like cells derived from embryos, bone marrow and other sources of stem cells.

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