NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – DiscoveryBioMed today said that it has inked a service contract with Lifeline Cell Technology to conduct primary human cell bioassay testing for the subsidiary of International Stem Cell Corp.

The contract partners DBM's expertise in assay development with Lifeline's expertise in producing optimized human adult and stem cell products, said Lifeline CEO Jeffrey Janus.

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