LOCKSHIN, RICHARD A LOCKSHIN at sjumusic.stjohns.edu
Wed Oct 25 15:47:15 EST 1995

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I assume that you mean, therapeutic applications.
There have been several meetings on such subjects on the west coast
of the US, in Cambridge, MA, a Keystone meeting at Durango, CO
last Spring, a Cold Spring Harbor meeting this summer, and a Gordon
Conference this summer.  All had one or more sessions on the subject.
Try getting abstract books from any of these. (The Gordon Conference
does not have abstracts.)  U S News and World
Report had an article last year, as did Wall Street Journal.  The
new journal Cell Death and Differentiation has review articles on
several subjects.  Most of the biotech companies will mention their
primary speculation, but won't tell you about other activities.
In article <46g4ou$nne at worak.kaist.ac.kr> "Kernee H. Chang" <Kernee at bioneer.kaist.ac.kr> writes:

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