(C) Photo Boehringer Ingelheim - Prof. Dr. Andreas BarnerWe are obliged to more and more move away from animal models

January 2010. Andreas Barner, Chairman of the Board of Managing Directors of Boehringer Ingelheim (BI) evaluates prospects for stem cell technologies in an exclusive interview for readers of B2Bioworld. What are corporate responsibilities specific for this area? Why does his company patent embryonic stem cells?


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