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Microbiological Control in a Stem Cell Bank: Standardisation
EP20148
Poster Title: Microbiological Control in a Stem Cell Bank: Standardisation
Submitted on 19 Dec 2013
Author(s): F. Cobo, A. Nieto, R.M. Montes, C. Cadrera, A. Barnie, J.L.Cortes, P. Catalina, L. Gutierrez, R. Lopez and A. Concha
Affiliations: Stem Cell Bank of Andalucía (Spanish Central Node) Hospital Universitario Virgen de las nieves
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Abstract: The transplant of cells of human origin is a sector of medicine which shows a high increase and which entails great opportunities for treatment of certain diseases. Stem cell banks should assure the quality, the traceability and the safety of cultures in order to avoid transmission of disease.
Summary: The transplant of cells of human origin is a sector of medicine which shows a high increase and which entails great opportunities for treatment of certain diseases.Report abuse »
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