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Created in 2005 through a collaboration between Inserm – National Institute of Health and Medical Research – and AFM-Telethon – French Association against Myopathies – I-Stem is the largest French laboratory for research and development dedicated to human pluripotent stem cells, of embryonic origin or obtained by reprogramming gene.
I-Stem is part of the Biotherapy Institute for Rare Diseases, which includes so far the three centers of research and development funded directly by the AFM Telethon. (Read more…)