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Trending: Webinar - Advances in Modeling Human Diseases Using Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell-derived Cellular Models

Register Now! Advances in Modeling Human Diseases Using Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell-derived Cellular Models (Dec 14 | 10:30 am ET). Attend this free webinar and discover how biologically appropriate iPSC-derived disease models and controls can facilitate insight into pathophysiological pathways.

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Digital Medium: Using Spheroid Models to Develop Relevant High-throughput Assays with Quantitative Endpoints

Using Spheroid Models to Develop Relevant High-throughput Assays with Quantitative Endpoints (Originally aired Nov 3). See how scientists utilized iCell Hepatocytes spheroids to characterize phenotypic responses of compound treatments and iCell Cardiomyocytes spheroids to assess drug effects on cardiomyocyte physiology.

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Digital Medium: iPSCs - The Next Decade

iPSCs: The Next Decade (Originally aired Oct 26). Hear how novel, advanced technologies, such as CRISPR/Cas9-based genome editing, organoid culture, and single-cell omics, are being applied to generate improved iPSC-based models for studying and treating human disease. Presenters: Guo-Li Ming, Johns Hopkins University, and Charles Gersbach, Duke University

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Applications: Neuroscience 2016 Posters

SfN 2016 Posters. Download these presentations and explore how the easy-to-implement iCell and MyCell neural suite can advance biological research and drug discovery studies.

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