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Life Cycle Analysis of Stem Cell Technology Based on Diffusion Model : Focused on the Research Stage
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Life Cycle Analysis of Stem Cell Technology Based on Diffusion Model : Focused on the Research Stage
Jang, In-young; Hong, Jungsik; Kim, Taegu;
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 Abstract
Research on stem cells can be divided into three categories : pluripotent stem cell, adult stem cell, and induced pluripotent stem cell. Technology life cycle (TLC) on research stage is analyzed for the three stem cell categories based on diffusion model. Three diffusion models-logistic, Bass, and Bass model with integration constant (BMIC)-are applied to the number of articles related to each stem cell category in SCOPUS lists. Two different parameter estimation methods is used for each of logistic and Bass model. Results show that (1) the current year, 2015, lies in growth period at pluripotent stem cell and adult stem cell, and lies in growth period or maturity period at induced pluripotent stem cell. (2) Model fitness is the highest at BMIC model. (3) Imitation effect works best at the research area of induced pluripotent stem cell.
 Keywords
Stem cell;Technology life cycle;Diffusion model;Growth period;
 Language
Korean
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