Thursday, August 11, 2011

Part Two: The Ellis Martin Report - Interview with Ken Aldrich of International Stem Cell Corp.

International Stem Cell Corporation trades under the symbol ISCO.OB on the Over the Counter Bulletin Board and is based in Carlsbad, California where Ellis Martin had the pleasure of interviewing Executive Chairman Kenneth Aldrich. 

International Stem Cell has developed a process to derive stem cells similar to Embryonic Stem Cells without the need for fertilized embryos and with minimal exposure to non-human cells. These factors provide ISCO a unique leadership role in the field of regenerative cell therapy. Additionally, Lifeline Cell Technology, (a wholly-owned subsidiary of International Stem Cell Corporation (ISCO) develops, manufactures and markets high-quality human primary cells, stem cells, media and reagents for sale to pharmaceutical, academic and government scientists. 

The company's management pioneered the development of the normal human cell culture market through the creation of Clonetics® Corporation in the 1980s and has over 20 years combined experience in research, development, manufacturing, quality control, marketing and sales of human cell culture products. Lifeline's products are distributed in the United States and Europe. http://www.ellismartinreport.com contact: 
International Stem Cell is a paid sponsor of The Ellis Martin Report

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