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Cytotherapy now incorporates “Cytokines, Cellular & Molecular Theory”.
Cytotherapy/Telegraft Advertising Offer
Cytotherapy- the official journal of the International Society for Cellular Therapy (6x annually) – and Telegraft –ISCT’s global cell therapy newsletter (4 x annually) – are offering an integrated advertisement rates package enabling even more effective coverage of your products, services and recruitment vacancies to the industry at large. The combined reach is impressive, comprising as it does your target audience core.
Here’s how the deal works:
Display advertising / print: book an advertisement, any size, in both publications and we will apply a full 30% discount off the combined ratecard price. Plus, we’ll allow any earned volume discount too!
Recruitment advertising / online: postings on the ISCT website are $1,000 for 2 months. But we’ll reduce that by 50% to $500 only if the posting is taken in addition to a print advertisement in Telegraft or Cytotherapy. ISCT web site receives over 125,000 hits per months, guaranteeing your posting industry wide exposure.
All we ask is that you make your first insertion before the end of 2005 but we’ll be pleased to extend this deal with full rate protection into 2006 on anything booked before December 31st 2005. For more information and advertising rates, click here.
Current Volume: Volume 7, Number 6 / December 2005
This issue contains:
An ex vivo model of hematopoietic stem cell mobilization
Ex vivo expansion of neutrophil precursor cells from mobilized peripheral blood cells: similar results in cancer patients and normal donors
BM micrometastases and circulating tumor cells in breast cancer patients: where have we been, where are we now and where does the future lie?
BM-derived cells restore expression of peroxiredoxin V in the airways following acute naphthalene injury in mice
Long-lasting improvement of myocardial perfusion and chronic refractory angina after autologous intramyocardial PBSC transplantation
An improved definition of mouse mammary epithelial side population cells
Outgrowth of a transformed cell population derived from normal human BM mesenchymal stem cell culture
Differentiation of transplanted mesenchymal stem cells in a large osteochondral defect in rabbit
Roadmap to approval: use of an automated sterility test method as a lot release test for Carticel®, autologous cultured chondrocytes
publishes original research, reviews, meeting reports, special focus issues and letters in the general field of cell therapy. The scope of the journal includes basic and applied research with hematopoietic and non-hematopoietic stem cells, immune cells, and antigen-presenting cells. Therapeutic topics within the scope of Cytotherapy include ex-vivo and in-vivo aspects of gene therapy, immunotherapy, stem cell transplantation and tissue regeneration. Cytotherapy particularly welcomes contributions from researchers, clinicians, technicians and individuals involved in regulatory aspects of cell therapy.http://journalsonline.tandf.co.uk/link.asp?id=107693