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Professional and scientific organizations, societies, and institutions related to Cell Biology. (See also the description of Cell Biology).- Category ID : 417234
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Society For Biomaterials

A professional society which promotes advances in all phases of biomaterials research and development.
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American Society of Cytopathology

Society of physicians, cytotechnologists and scientists who are dedicated to the cytologic method of diagnostic pathology.
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The Angiogenesis Foundation Home Page

Provides leading information about new treatment options for cancer patients. The Foundation provides information to cancer patients and their families, including information regarding clinical trials for antiangiogeneic drugs, companies manufacturing these pharmaceuticals, complimentary medicine linked to antiangiogenesis, and FDA-approved drugs with antiangiogenic properties.
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European Society for Animal Cell Technology (ESACT)

The society promotes exchange of scientific knowledge and communication between investigators by organising meetings and publications.
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Animal Cell Technology Industrial Platform (ACTIP)

An informal forum of European companies with activities in animal cell technology.
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International Society for Advancement of Cytometry (ISAC)

ISAC provides a forum for exchanging information related to the utilization of analytical cytology methods (embracing components of cell and molecular biology, biochemistry, immunology, physiology and instrument development) in clinical research, medicine and laboratory practice.
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The Society for In Vitro Biology (SIVB)

The society was founded as the Tissue Culture Association to foster exchange of knowledge of in vitro biology of cells, tissues and organs from both plant and animals (including humans). The focus is on biological research, development, and applications of significance to science and society.
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International Federation for Cell Biology (IFCB)

Promotes international cooperation and contributes to the advancement of cell biology in all its branches
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International Society of Differentiation

Introduction to aims, history, their journal and details of the 15th international conference held in conjunction with Keystone Symposia for five days in Singapore.
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European Federation of Biotechnology (EFB)

A voluntary association of European non-profit-making scientific and technical societies active in the field of biotechnology.
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International Society of Endocytobiology (ISE)

The society aims to promote on the one hand the research of endocytobiology and of general (endo)symbiosis, and on the other the understanding of symbiotic interactions and of antisymbiotic processes at the cellular level (e.g. physiological, biochemical and genetical aspects).
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British Society for Cell Biology

BSCB exists to promote the advance of research in all branches of cell biology and to encourage the interchange of information. It organises and supports meetings and conferences relevant to cell biology.
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International Society for Molecular and Cell Biology and Biotechnology Protocols and Researches (ISMCBBPR)

Independent scientific society founded in 2000. Provides information on membership, events, news and the Molecule of the Year competition.
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International Cell Research Organization (ICRO)

This organization was designed to assist UNESCO in the implementation of its cell biology program.
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Histochemical Society

Professional organization for biochemistry and molecular biology scientists and researchers. Educational information about the structure and function of cells, tissues and organs. Provides membership information, news, publications and annual meetings.
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International Academy of Cytology

Professional cytology organization. Provides membership, events, and scientific information for cytopathologists and other cytology research professionals.
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The PanAmerican Society for Pigment Cell Research

A scientific society devoted to those of us interested in various aspects of pigment cells. Our Society is a very interactive one, meeting on an annual basis, and is composed of clinicians, developmental biologists, biochemists, immunologists, cell biologists, molecular biologists, chemists and physicists, among other disciplines.
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