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Joint Stem Cell Programme Developed
20.11.2008 19:16
Joint Stem Cell Programme Developed
Stem cell

Russian and Belarusian scientists developed a joint research programme on stem cells. Necessary documents will be ready early next year.
      New programme will last for three years, and its funding reaches 120 million Russian rubles. Research will cover three main directions: developing stem cell technologies and treatment for traumatic skin injures; diabetes stem cell therapy; stem cells in treating cardio-vascular diseases, including heart attacks.
      Belarusian scientists developed effective techniques for extraction and long-term maintenance of stem cells. Russian colleagues will find out how said cells retain their properties, and develop application technologies of these cells for treating various diseases.
      Source: Science & Technologies


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