Using Differentiated iPSCs to Build Ready-to-use 3D Models
Human iPSC cells are critical for disease modeling, toxicity assessment, and for providing highly relevant human model systems for basic discovery research.
In partnership with FUJIFILM CDI, this tutorial highlights a series of new data for co-culture and 3D systems that demonstrate our ability to use these differentiated cells to enhance screening models.
Learn more about the systems behind the methods:
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