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Chemicon and Australian Stem Cell Center to Commercialize Stem Cell Reagents

NEW YORK, April 21 (GenomeWeb News) - Serologicals said today that its Chemicon International subsidiary has signed an agreement with the AustralianStemCellCenter that will allow Chemicon exclusive rights to commercialize, market, and distribute stem cell reagents developed by ASCC worldwide.

 

Initial products from Chemicon will include a stem cell isolation kit, various proteins, and antibodies. ASCC will assist Chemicon in new product development in the research reagent area. In exchange, Chemicon said it will make an in-kind contribution of research tools for use by ASCC scientists, as well as contribute funds, products, and technical expertise to ASCC's recently launched stem cell training program.

 

Further details were not disclosed.

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