Access to human embryonic stem cell lines

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Figure 1: Number of hESC lines used by individual stem cell scientists.

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The author acknowledges financial support provided by the Roadmap for an Entrepreneurial Economy Program, supported by the Georgia Research Alliance and the Kauffman Foundation, as well as support from Georgia Tech. The author also acknowledges research assistance from R. Karmali, pre-testing assistance from T. McDevitt's group, and helpful comments on a draft of this article from J. Walsh, all at Georgia Tech.

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Levine, A. Access to human embryonic stem cell lines. Nat Biotechnol 29, 1079–1081 (2011) doi:10.1038/nbt.2029

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