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Unicyte’s Unique Stem Cell Approach Could Cure Children With Rare Disorder

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Emerging Company Profile: Swiss biotech Unicyte is using donor-derived liver stem cells across a range of therapeutic areas, with its lead asset showing curative potential in urea cycle disorders.

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