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CDI Notebook - December 2015
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Trending: Advancing PD Cell Therapy

Advancing PD Cell Therapy: Transplanting Cryopreserved iPSC-derived Neurons. Hear about a long-term study in which transplanted iCell DopaNeurons reversed motor deficits in a Parkinson's model. Presenter: Dustin Wakeman, PhD, Rush University Medical Center


Advertisement: Revitalize Phenotypic Screens iwth iPSCs
Digital Media
Digital Media: New Probes and Sensors in Neurobiology

CellPress Webinar: New Probes and Sensors in Neurobiology. Learn about neural circuit interrogation techniques and their potential applications. Presenters: Adam Cohen, PhD, Harvard University; Bianxiao Cui, PhD, Stanford University; Viviana Gradinaru, PhD, Caltech


Articles: Enabling Phenotypic Screening

Enabling Phenotypic Screening: Disease Phenotypes in Human iPSC-derived Cells. Read how iCell and MyCell products enabled various disease-focused studies, affirming these iPSC-derived cells may increase the likelihood of discovering more efficacious and safer drugs.

Anson BA, DeLaura S, et al. (2015) GEN.


CDI in the News
CDI in the News: Banking on Stem Cells

Banking on Stem Cells at Cellular Dynamics International. Learn about Fujifilm's plans for CDI and more in this interview with Kazuyoshi Hirao, Chairman and CEO, and Chris Parker, Executive Vice President and Chief Business Officer.


Upcoming Events

SLAS2016 (Jan 23 - 27 | San Diego | Booth 1707). Mark your calendar to attend these CDI-sponsored activities:

 Customer Reception (Jan 24 | 6:30 pm | Rustic Root)

 Driving Diabetes-related Research through Pathway Dissection of Human iPSC-derived Cell Models (Jan 25 | 2:00 pm | Room 10)


Drug Discovery for Ion Channels XVI (Feb 26 | Los Angeles). Register today for this satellite meeting of the Biophysical Society Meeting to learn about an experimental design powered by MyCell Neurons:

 Investigation of Potassium Channel Function Utilizing Human iPSC-derived Neurons


Applications: Dissociating Hepatocytes by Enzymatic Treatment

Dissociating Hepatocytes by Enzymatic Treatment. Follow step-by-step procedures to dissociate the hepatocyte monolayer while preserving robust functionality of the cells for transfer to a 2D plate or 3D culture system.


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