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FCDI Announces the Launch of iCell Microglia!

For the first time, iPSC-derived microglia are now available from FUJIFILM Cellular Dynamics. iCell Microglia are a reliable, consistent and assay-ready cryopreserved supply and a superior alternative to primary cells. Learn more about these unique cells and their applications.

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Articles
Article: Sex-related Differences in Drug-induced QT Prolongation and Torsades de Pointes: A New Model System with Human iPSC-CMs

Resolving the Reversed Rate Effect of Calcium Channel Blockers on Human Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell-Derived Cardiomyocytes and the Impact on in vitro Cardiac Safety Evaluation.

See how researchers at Merck used iCell Cardiomyocytes to elucidate an increased beat rate phenomenon seen with Ca2+ channels blockers. The results are comparable to in vivo response & enhance predictivity for cardiac safety.

Zeng H, Wang J, Clouse H, Lagrutta A, and Sannajust F.
Toxicol Sci. 2018 Oct 26.

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Applications
Applications: FCDI Presentations at Neuroscience 2018

Spontaneous and Correlated Burst Behavior of Cocultured iCell GlutaNeurons Visualized in Vitro.

See how researchers at Essen Bioscience used the IncuCyte® platform and NeuroBurst Orange Reagent to visualize iCell Glutaneurons bursting activity and the maturation and synchronization of this activity over time.

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Applications
Applications: FCDI Presentations at Neuroscience 2018

See a Time-Lapse Video of Plated iCell Microglia Phagocytosis.

iCell Microglia are highly motile and shape-shifting on different surfaces and in response to phagocytic substrates.

In this series of time-lapse videos, cells were plated onto tissue-culture plastic and imaged. See the process of phagocytosis as microglial cells devour pHrodo Red S. aureus BioParticles.

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