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Cellular Dynamics International | Date: 2015-08-19

In some aspects, cultures of neurons derived from human induced pluripotent stem cells (iPS cells) that exhibit synchronous firing of neural networks are provided. In some embodiments, neuronal activity of the cultures may be detected or measured using a multi-electrode array.


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Cellular Dynamics International | Date: 2014-04-03

Provided herein are methods for the in vitro differentiation of induced pluripotent stem cells, which have been expanded and/or maintained under defined conditions, into endodermal precursor cells (EPCs) that are capable of producing mono-hormonal beta cells.


Patent
Cellular Dynamics International | Date: 2014-04-22

Methods and compositions relating to the production of induced pluripotent stem cells (iPS cells) are disclosed. For example, induced pluripotent stem cells may be generated from CD34


Patent
Cellular Dynamics International | Date: 2014-02-21

The present invention provides methods comprising both genetic and chemical means for the production of hepatocytes from a variety of cell sources, particularly pluripotent stem cells.


Patent
Cellular Dynamics International | Date: 2015-01-14

The invention generally features methods for providing engineered pluripotent stem cells that can be used to study biological response and pathways, including differentiation and drug effects. For example, these cells are provided comprising two or more exogenous expression cassettes including a selectable or screenable marker under the control of different condition-responsive regulatory elements, such as differentiation-responsive promoters or regulatory element of a receptor, drug target, drug metabolizing enzyme or signaling pathway gene. Also provided are sets of stem cell lines each comprising a different exogenous expression cassette including a selectable or screenable marker under the control of a different condition-responsive regulatory element.

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