Panamanian Biotechnology Company Gets Acquired

The US company Emerging Healthcare Solutions Inc. (EHSI), purchased the Panamanian company Células Genética.

Wednesday, December 1, 2010

In March this year, the companies signed an agreement to share profits, through which EHSI injected $ 1.8 million into the Panamanian company.

A few days ago, Células Genéticas announced the purchase of a license to develop and commercialize the Rutherford Procedure, a technique for organ regeneration.

Cindy Morrisey, president of EHSI, explained that the decision "was our main motivation to complete the acquisition. We intend to test this procedure and develop it...".

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