NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Oxford Gene Technology said today it has joined a European consortium of universities and small- to mid-sized businesses focused on advancing knowledge of normal and abnormal stem cells.
 
The company said it will develop its single-cell technology for the EuroSyStem Consortium, which is a partnership funded by the EU's 7th Framework Program that provides facilities, resources, and training to the stem cell research community.
 

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