UCLA receives stem cell grants

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Los Angeles, CA, Feb. 21 /Dailybruin/ — UCLA researchers received grants totalling close to $4.2 million to investigate issues concerning human embryonic stem cells for the next two years. Research by Dr. Mike Teitell identifying genes that when inactivated help cause B-cell non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma (NHL) was featured Jan. 30 in Yahoo! News, KTBS-TV (LA), Genetic Engineering News, PR News Wire, Medical News Today, EarthTimes.org, CancerFocus.net and PharmaLive.com. The story appeared Feb. 2 in GenomicsProteomics.com and in Bio-IT World. Teitell is an associate professor of pediatrics and pathology and laboratory medicine and a researcher at UCLA’s Jonsson Cancer Center.

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