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iCell Cardiomyocytes^2 Application: High-throughput Screening Compatible

iCell Cardiomyocytes2: High-throughput Screening Compatible. Perform effective screens in less time utilizing these newly available cardiomyocytes, optimized for faster recovery upon reanimation from cryopreservation, in 1536-well plates.

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Digital Media
iPSC-cardiomyocytes Webinar Registration

Accurate Prediction of On- and Off-target Cardiotoxicity with Human iPSC-derived Cardiomyocytes (May 27). Hear about the practical implementation of iPSC-derived cardiomyocytes in toxicity testing applications and how these cells could save resources, increase productivity, and result in safer medicines.

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Articles
Contact Us: MyCell Hepatocytes

Impairment of Type I But Not Type III IFN Signaling by Hepatitis C Virus Infection Influences Antiviral Responses in Primary Human Hepatocytes. Read how iCell Hepatocytes were used to study the effects of HCV replication on IFN signaling using donor serum-derived clinically relevant viral genotypes.

Friborg J, Ross-Macdonald P, et al. (2015) PLoS One.

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Structural and Functional Screening in Human Induced-pluripotent Stem Cell-derived Cardiomyocytes Accurately Identifies Cardiotoxicity of Multiple Drug Types. Discover how researchers looked across a mixture of 24 compounds and used a combination of phenotypic and mechanistic interrogation techniques to stratify correctly all compounds without known risk and 16/18 of compounds with known liabilities.

Doherty KR, Talbert DR, et al. (2015) Tox Sci.

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2015 Edison Award Winner! MyCell Disease and Diversity Products. Innovate with these phenotypically relevant differentiated cells, recipient of a gold award in the area of Research & Education at the recent 2015 Edison Awards.

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The Immortal Challenge. Discover how Cellular Dynamics and other stem cell companies are working hard to enable reproducible research.

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Successful Closure of the TOB for Cellular Dynamics International Inc., a Leading U.S. Company in the Development and Manufacture of iPSCs. Learn how FUJIFILM Holdings Corporation plans to leverage the addition of Cellular Dynamics researchers and iPS cell-derived technology to its portfolio.

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Upcoming Events
MEA Workshop Registration

North American MEA Workshop (May 15 | West Conshohocken, PA | Hosted by Cyprotex and Axion Biosystems). See researchers present their findings on using iPSC-derived cardiomyocytes with multielectrode array technology.

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Applications
iCell Cardiomyocytes Application: Non-invasive Video Interrogation

iCell Cardiomyocytes: Non-invasive Video Interrogation. Learn how a recently released methodology facilitates the analysis of cardiomyocyte function.

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SOT 2015 Posters Download

SOT 2015 Posters. Access these posters to see how iCell and MyCell technology drive screening applications:

 Categorization of Petroleum Substances Through High-content Screening of Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell (iPSC)-derived Cardiomyocytes and Hepatocytes

  Endothelial Sprouting Arrays for Screening Vascular Disrupting Compounds

  In Vitro Toxicology Testing Using Human Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell-derived Cardiomyocytes to Predict Tobacco Smoking-related Cardiovascular Diseases

  Mcl-1 Knockdown Causes a Sub-lethal Injury in Cultured Human iPSC-cardiomyocytes

  Transmembrane Potential Measurements in Cardiac 3D Microtissues Derived from Human Stem Cells

  Using Human-induced Pluripotent Stem Cells (iPSC) in High-content Screening (HCS) to Prioritize Chemicals for Developmental Neurotoxicity Testing

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