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Company Overview of Stem Cell Innovations, Inc.
Stem Cell Innovations, Inc. develops a human germ stem cell platform for applications in drug discovery, target and compound validation, toxicology, and cell based therapeutics. The company offers ACTIVTox, a series of in vitro toxicology assays that predict the liver’s response to new drug compounds; and PREDICTIVTox, a database of compounds. It assists pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies in streamlining their development pipelines. Stem Cell Innovations, Inc. was formerly known as Interferon Sciences, Inc. and changed its name to Stem Cell Innovations, Inc. in July 1992. The company was founded in 1980 and is based in Houston, Texas with an operation in Leiden, the Netherlands.
11222 Richmond Avenue
Houston, TX 77082-2646
Founded in 1980
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