ACT’s hESC line MA135 approved for federal funding Advanced Cell Technology, Inc. announced today that human being embryonic stem cell collection MA135 was unanimously approved for federal funding at the 100th Getting together with of the Advisory Committee to the Director National Institutes of Health . Furthermore to MA135, seven additional stem cell lines derived in ACT are below review by the NIH currently. Five of these lines were produced without embryo destruction using ACT’s proprietary single-blastomere ’embryo-safe’ technology. The federal government funding could accelerate the company’s clinical activities. ‘We are extremely pleased with the NIH’s decision to include this line with their registry,’ said Robert Lanza, M.D., Chief Scientific Officer of Work.They based their conclusion on a review of screening trials in the United European countries and States, an study of current discussions and literature of clinical practices. The ongoing work of the duty force was funded by the AATS.. Steven P. Treon, M.D., Ph.D, Christina K. Tripsas, M.A., Kirsten Meid, M.P.H., Diane Warren, B.S., Gaurav Varma, M.S.P.H., Rebecca Green, B.S., Kimon V. Argyropoulos, M.D., Guang Yang, Ph.D., Yang Cao, M.D., Lian Xu, M.S., Christopher J.