46th Annual American Society for Cell Biology Conference

Lifeline Cell Technology, an International Stem Cell Corporation (ISC) company, will showcase its new product line of human origin specialized cells and cell growth media to cell biology scientists at the 46th Annual American Society for Cell Biology Conference scheduled for December 9-13, 2006 in San Diego.

The line of Lifeline products includes: standardized human "feeder" cells and specialized animal-free growth medium, a system that can provide feeder layers to grow and maintain human embryonic stem cells without contamination from animal cells; a kit containing human blood-vessel cells and growth media for the study of cardiovascular diseases; and a unique line of adult nerve cells and nerve stem cells with the ability to survive in low-oxygen conditions, for research into stroke.

Lifeline has begun sales and distribution to academic, commercial and U.S. government researchers in related fields of human therapeutic stem cell transplantation. The products have been sold to such entities as the National Institutes of Health, the U.S. Army and leading academic research laboratories in the field.

write your comments about the article :: 2006 Exhibition News :: home page