It is known to be the International Stem Cell Registry and is supported by the Massachusetts Life Science Center. Shrewsbury campus Proponents of the controversial science say the new registry, and a forthcoming stem-cell bank, will position Massachusetts as a world leader in stem-cell science. The online database is housed at UMass’ and is available to the public. Researchers might use it for their studies, while patients may search for new stem-cell advances.
Harvard Stem Cell Institute Executive Director Brock Reeve said,
“The registry serves as the database of information on all the stem-cell lines that are available.”
Source: Boston Herald.com