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Wiley partners with the International Society for Stem Cell Research

Hoboken, N.J., August 29, 2006 Global publisher John Wiley & Sons, Inc., and the International Society for Stem Cell Research (ISSCR) today announced they have signed a multi-year agreement to develop and publish Current Protocols in Stem Cell Biology, the first comprehensive source of high-quality methods for isolating, maintaining, and differentiating embryonic and adult stem cells.

Current Protocols in Stem Cell Biology will provide experimental methods established by leading investigators from around the world. Designed to help researchers realize the potential of stem cells for improving human health, the protocols will include basic and emerging technologies for the analysis of stem cells, as well as the processes underlying differentiation and development. Current Protocols in Stem Cell Biology will also include detailed methodologies for isolating, propagating, differentiating, and performing genetic manipulation of stem cells from a variety of organisms, including humans; alternative methodologies for the generation of stem cells; experimental procedures to assist scientists in discovering methods to control differentiation; and promising genomic and proteomic approaches to the study of embryonic development.

"Wiley is pleased to be working with the International Society for Stem Cell Research," said Joe Ingram, Vice President and Executive Publisher of Current Protocols, John Wiley & Sons, Inc. "This partnership will allow us to attain our goal of providing a comprehensive resource for this rapidly developing field. Current Protocols in Stem Cell Biology offers both basic methods for novice researchers and cutting-edge methods for experienced investigators looking to expand into new areas of research."

Len Zon, Professor of Pediatrics at Children's Hospital Boston and Past President and Founder of the ISSCR, who is currently serving as Chair of the ISSCR Publications Committee, said, "This interaction between ISSCR and C
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Contact: Stacy Smith
stasmith@wiley.com
John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
29-Aug-2006


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