Stem cell research finds new answers

| | June 8, 2012
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U of C professors Derrick Rancourt and Roman Krawetz have developed a bioreactor that produces stem cells efficiently.
Rancourt and Krawetz have collaborated since 2006, and in 2008 began actively pursuing new technology that would generate pluripotent stem cells in greater quantities. Their research was done in partnership with the McCaig Institute for Bone and Joint Health.

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