Re-Stem Biotech Research Collaboration Featured on Johns Hopkins Technology Ventures' Website
By: ReStem Biotech
SUZHOU, China - Sept. 19, 2019 - PRLog -- Re-Stem Biotech (Re-Stem or the Company), a biotechnology firm engaged in the research and development of cell based therapies and products for various indications, including osteoarthritis, stroke, spinal cord injury and cancer, has recently been featured on Johns Hopkins Technology Ventures' website regarding Re-Stem's sponsored research agreement with Johns Hopkins University (JHU), on behalf of its School of Medicine. The collaboration aims to conduct an academic research study titled "Molecular Pathways that Modulate the Mitochondria-
"We are very pleased to partner with such a highly respected institution as Johns Hopkins University in our efforts to address degenerative conditions,"
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About Re-Stem Biotech
Re-Stem Biotech (Re-Stem) is a biotechnology firm engaged in the research and development of cell based therapies and products. Backed by state of the art GMP facilities and an international team of world-leading scientists, doctors and management team, Re-Stem currently has a robust technology platform including three profitable therapies on the market and eight other therapies and products in the pipeline. Incorporated and headquartered in 2012 in Suzhou, China, Re-Stem is focused on the large and aging population of China. It also operates clinics and research and development laboratories in Shenzhen, Beijing, Kunming and Ganzhou.
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