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Aruna Biomedical announced last week that it will make its hN2 cells commercially available to the research community in early 2009.

The cells, derived from National Institutes of Health-registered human embryonic cell lines, are offered as a normal, consistent population of neural cells in an adherent monolayer format. The hN2 cells provide a human cell-based format for research ranging from Alzheimer’s disease to spinal cord injury and depression.

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