NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Geron licensed its intellectual property related to the growth of human embryonic stem cells to Invitrogen, Invitrogen said today.
 
Under the non-exclusive license agreement, Invitrogen can use Geron's patents to develop, manufacture, and sell media, additives, and reagents for use by hESC researchers. Some commercial use restrictions apply.
 

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