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Cardiomyocytes derived from human induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSC) are a reliable and critical in vitro cellular model for drug-induced cardiotoxicity and drug discovery. To complement our gold standard iCell® Cardiomyocytes2, 01434, we developed iCell Cardiomyocytes2, 11713 from an alternative donor iPSC (termed 11713). This iPSC line was generated from blood cells donated by an apparently [...]
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View the webinar to learn about: New human iPSC-derived microglia with diseased backgrounds for accurately modelling neurodegenerative diseases. Analysis of disease specific anti-inflammatory and inflammatory responses to specific stimuli. Microglia panel uses for a variety of in vitro applications, including investigation of the role of gene variants, co-culture models, among others. Please complete this form to access the webinar video: Presenters: Beatriz Freitas, PhD (Product Manager, FUJIFILM Cellular Dynamics, Inc.) Simon Hilcove, PhD (Assoc. Director, Product Development, FUJIFILM Cellular…

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Kevin. Eggan, PhD

Professor

Harvard University Department of Stem Cell and Regenerative Biology

In this webinar, Dr. Kevin Eggan will discuss the derivation and characterization of motor neurons from iPS cells and the use of these cells in ALS disease models and translational research. Topics covered: Characterization of iPSC-derived motor neurons Use of iPSC-derived Motor Neurons to generate ALS disease models iPSC-derived Motor Neurons in translational research

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Cardiomyocytes derived from human induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSC) are a reliable and critical in vitro cellular model for drug-induced cardiotoxicity and drug discovery. To complement our gold standard iCell® Cardiomyocytes2, 01434, we developed iCell Cardiomyocytes2, 11713 from an alternative donor iPSC (termed 11713). This iPSC line was generated from blood cells donated by an apparently [...]
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View the webinar to learn about: New human iPSC-derived microglia with diseased backgrounds for accurately modelling neurodegenerative diseases. Analysis of disease specific anti-inflammatory and inflammatory responses to specific stimuli. Microglia panel uses for a variety of in vitro applications, including investigation of the role of gene variants, co-culture models, among others. Please complete this form to access the webinar video: Presenters: Beatriz Freitas, PhD (Product Manager, FUJIFILM Cellular Dynamics, Inc.) Simon Hilcove, PhD (Assoc. Director, Product Development, FUJIFILM Cellular…

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Kevin. Eggan, PhD

Professor

Harvard University Department of Stem Cell and Regenerative Biology

In this webinar, Dr. Kevin Eggan will discuss the derivation and characterization of motor neurons from iPS cells and the use of these cells in ALS disease models and translational research. Topics covered: Characterization of iPSC-derived motor neurons Use of iPSC-derived Motor Neurons to generate ALS disease models iPSC-derived Motor Neurons in translational research

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