Legislative regulation of the banking of umbilical cord blood stem cells, other human cells and tissues and clinical trials with their use in the different countries of the world

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Cell and Organ Transplantology. 2016; 4(1):76-81.
DOI:10.22494/COT.V4I1.3

Legislative regulation of the banking of umbilical cord blood stem cells, other human cells and tissues and clinical trials with their use in the different countries of the world

Nasadyuk C. M.1, Makhinya A. V.1,2, Shabliy V. A.2, Vyalykh Z. E.3, Zadorozhna V. I.3, Martynenko S. I.2
1Association of Cryobanks of Umbilical Cord Blood, Other Human Cells and Tissues, Kyiv, Ukraine
2Institute of Cell Therapy, Kyiv, Ukraine
3L. V. Gromashevsky State Institute of Epidemiology and Infectious Diseases of NAMS of Ukraine, Kyiv, Ukraine

 Abstract
The article highlights the experience and peculiarities of legislative regulation of umbilical cord blood and tissue banking in the different countries of the world as well as clinical trials with their application. The approaches to licensing and legislative regulation of the business activities of the cord blood banks in Ukraine are also described.

Key words: stem cells, umbilical cord blood, bank of umbilical cord blood, legislative regulation.

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