Setting Global Standards for Stem Cell Research and Clinical Translation: The 2016 ISSCR Guidelines

@inproceedings{Daley2016SettingGS,
  title={Setting Global Standards for Stem Cell Research and Clinical Translation: The 2016 ISSCR Guidelines},
  author={George Q. Daley and Insoo Hyun and Jane F. Apperley and Roger A. Barker and Nissim Benvenisty and Annelien L Bredenoord and Christopher K. Breuer and Timothy Caulfield and Marcelle I. Cedars and Joyce Frey-Vasconcells and Helen E Heslop and Ying Jin and Richard T Lee and Christopher J McCabe and Megan Munsie and Charles E Murry and Steven Piantadosi and Mahendra S. Rao and Heather M. Rooke and Douglas Sipp and Lorenz P Studer and Jeremy Sugarman and Masayo Takahashi and M Bridgett Zimmerman and Jonathan Kimmelman},
  booktitle={Stem cell reports},
  year={2016}
}
The International Society for Stem Cell Research (ISSCR) presents its 2016 Guidelines for Stem Cell Research and Clinical Translation (ISSCR, 2016). The 2016 guidelines reflect the revision and extension of two past sets of guidelines (ISSCR, 2006; ISSCR, 2008) to address new and emerging areas of stem cell discovery and application and evolving ethical, social, and policy challenges. These guidelines provide an integrated set of principles and best practices to drive progress in basic… CONTINUE READING
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