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France's Cellectis To Acquire Cellartis To Produce A Leader In Stem Cell Technologies

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The genome engineering company, Cellectis, is to acquire the Swedish human embryonic stem cell firm Cellartis in a €30 million deal expected to complete at the end of October.

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