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Hyderabad to set up Biomedical and Stem Cells research centres

Hyderabad, Sat, 09 Feb 2008 NI Wire

The hub of biotechnology in India, Hyderabad will have two premiere institutes; Center for Stem Cells Research and Therapy (CSCR T) and National Animal Resource Facility for Biomedical Research (NARFBR).

Vice-President Mohammed Hamid Ansari on Thursday laid the foundation stone for the institutes at the inauguration of the fifth edition of the Global Bio business forum –Bio Asia -2008, which will add glory to the state capital in the field of biotechnology.

Development of CSCR is being taken by Centre for Stem Cell Sciences (CSCS) in association with Liver Research and Diagnostic and government of Andhra Pradesh with an investment of Rs 1.5 billion, which will use adult stem cells to provide therapies for ailments related to liver pancreas, heart, bone and other disorders, while Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) with an investment of Rs 5 billion is developing NARFBR.

The first phase of NARFBR will be completed by 2009 with an investment in this phase at 2.5 billion.

The Vice President also inaugurated Biotechnology Incubation Center with the joint initiative of Andhra Pradesh and government of India. This unique incubation centre has research and development laboratories, multi-utility plant, analytical & quality control centre and training for human resource.

Ansari hailed this city of biotechnology for already having several foremost institute like Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology (CCMB), Centre for DNA Fingerprinting and Diagnostics (CDFD), Indian Institute of Chemical Technology (IICT), National Institute of Nutrition (NIN) and Institute of Life Sciences.

“The presence of these world-class facilities, several educational institutes, such as the University of Hyderabad, and the presence of innovative industrial entrepreneurs and bright young professionals should make this part of the country an important source of innovation and invention,” he added.

Developing Hyderabad with state of art institutes will help utilizing the number of scientific manpower which remains unutilised.

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February 19, 2008 at 12:00 AM

. My son amit kumar verma aged 19 years studying in Bachelor of Science Second year who is met with an motorbike accident on 06 Oct 06 and had severe head injury on occipital bone (defuse axonal). He has been treated in my country and some improvements like recognises to our family members and his friends, opening of eyes, hearing sound, laughing,shouting nicely and some emotional activities . But he is not able to speak, walk . no bedsour, no paralysis in any part of body. Still he is bed ridden. the liquied food is geven through RYLES tube and little bit he swallow and chew with taste. 3. Sir, I am preety sure that my son can be cure on getting stem cell treatment my request to give your contact no.and doctors name who is doing this treatment so that i can contact him. 4. I will plan to come with my ailing son on getting positive response from ur side. I shall be indeed grateful to save life of my son. Thanking u sir.R.L VERMA



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