The second New Zealand patent for Stem Cells Spin

2013-12-04 20:28:32

Stem Cells Spin Company received another foreign patent. Intellectual Property Office if New Zealand patented a "cell homogenate from stem cells derived from growing deer antlers, a methode of obtaining it and its use". This is the second patent obtained by the Company in this country.

The company previously was in possession of four polish patents granted by the Polish Patent Office (No. 211680, 209210, 211674 and 390272), a patent in the United States (U.S. 20100184217), Australia (No. 2007352480), New Zealand (No. 581109 , No. 601400), Korea (No. 10-1178153), China (No. 200780053496.7) and Europe. These patents protect how to output the stem cell lines MIC-1, the culture method of stem cells derived from deer antlers, stem cell line and its use. The latest national patent for the invention relates to a homogenate of stem cells derived from growing antlers of deer and protects the way of its preparation and their application.

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