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MOU Signing between Natioanl Institute for Medical Research(…
Young-Woo Jin, a CEO of Unhwa Corp. has signed an MOU Agreement with Mwelecele N. Malecela, a Director General of NIMR, in the conference room of NIMR in Tanzania Dar Salem on April 24th in order to initiate various clinical studies and development of her
Selected for “2014 Cutting-edge Material Industry IP R&D S…
Unhwa, one of the leading company in Jeonbuk which has the world’s first technology of isolation and culture of plant stem cell, has been looking for an opportunity to enter the global market through creating IP with the support from Korea Intellectual Pr
Unhwa Corporation selected Plant Stem Cell(Ddobyul) Technolo…
Unhwa Corporation achieved mass-production Technology for useful compounds of Cell line derived Meristem in the course of the Joint International Technology Development Business conducted as an assignment of the ministry of Trade and Industry R&D. Unhwa c
Trees could provide cheap cancer drug
A POPULAR cancer drug could be produced cheaply and sustainably using stem cells derived from trees, according to a new study.
Plant stem cells can produce paclitaxel
Paclitaxel was originally isolated directly from the bark of Taxus brevifolia RESEARCHERS have found a way to produce the widely-used cancer drug paclitaxel (Taxol) from a culture of stem cells, which they say could make the drug cheaper.
Plant stem cells could be fruitful source of low-cost cancer…
Univ. of Edinburgh
Medical News Today
A popular cancer drug could be produced cheaply and sustainably using stem cells derived from trees, a study suggests.
Infinite Cloning of Trees
Somatic cells from trees can be cloned to produce large quantities and the technology to produce anti-cancer drugs and many other medicines through plant stem cells has been developed in Korea.
Success in Plant stem cell isolation and culture
Domestic researchers have isolated stem cells from plants. It seems to be an opportunity for a fast and low-cost way of producing “anti-cancer drugs”