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The Resource Stem cell-derived models in toxicology, edited by Mike Clements, Axion BioSystems, Inc., Atlanta, GA, USA, Liz Roquemore, Cell Applications, GE Healthcare, Cardiff, UK

Stem cell-derived models in toxicology, edited by Mike Clements, Axion BioSystems, Inc., Atlanta, GA, USA, Liz Roquemore, Cell Applications, GE Healthcare, Cardiff, UK

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Stem cell-derived models in toxicology
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Stem cell-derived models in toxicology
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edited by Mike Clements, Axion BioSystems, Inc., Atlanta, GA, USA, Liz Roquemore, Cell Applications, GE Healthcare, Cardiff, UK
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Summary
This detailed volume brings together a diverse collection of stem cell-derived model-based toxicity assays, from those routinely used to those deemed to have considerable potential. With a focus on differentiated tissues, the chapters explore numerous cardiotoxicity applications as well as coverage of neurotoxicity, hepatotoxicity, and more. Written for the Methods in Pharmacology and Toxicology series, the contents of this book aim to enable adoption of these protocols in laboratories that are interested in entering the field as well as to facilitate the transfer of best practices between laboratories that are already actively pursuing these technologies. Authoritative and cutting-edge, Stem Cell-Derived Models in Toxicology serves as a vital resource for researchers aiming to improve risk assessment in drug discovery and design
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Methods in pharmacology and toxicology,
Stem cell-derived models in toxicology, edited by Mike Clements, Axion BioSystems, Inc., Atlanta, GA, USA, Liz Roquemore, Cell Applications, GE Healthcare, Cardiff, UK
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Stem cell-derived models in toxicology, edited by Mike Clements, Axion BioSystems, Inc., Atlanta, GA, USA, Liz Roquemore, Cell Applications, GE Healthcare, Cardiff, UK
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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Contents
  • CiPA microelectrode array assay with hSC-derived cardiomyocytes : current protocol, future potential
  • Daniel C. Millard, Mike Clements, and James D. Ross
  • Optogenetic approach to cardiotoxicity screening : simultaneous voltage and calcium imaging under paced conditions
  • Graham T. Dempsey and Christopher A. Werley
  • HTS-compatible voltage- and Ca2+ -sensitive dye recordings from hiPSC-derived cardiomyocytes using the Hamamatsu FDSS systems
  • Ralf Kettenhofen
  • Kinetic image cytometry for predicting arrhythmias using human stem cell-derived cardiomyocytes
  • Emily R. Pfeiffer, Ross Whittaker, Raquel Vega, Fabio Cerignoli, Patrick M. McDonough, and Jeffrey H. Price
  • Decoding Ca2+ signals as a non-electrophysiological method for assessing drug toxicity in stem cell-derived cardiomyocytes
  • Christopher H. George and David H. Edwards
  • Stem cell-derived models for safety and toxicity assessments : present and future studies in the "Proclinical Space"
  • Combined impedance and extracellular field potential recordings from human stem cell-derived cardiomyocytes
  • Alison Obergrussberger, Ulrich Thomas, Sonja Stölzle-Feix, Nadine Becker, Krisztina Juhasz, Leo Doerr, Matthias Beckler, Michael George, and Niels Fertig
  • Edge-Detection for Contractility Measurements with Cardiac Spheroids
  • Christian Zuppinger
  • Contractile force readout of hESC-cardiomyocytes
  • Carlota Oleaga, Gregg Legters, L. Richard Bridges, Lee Kumanchik, Candace Martin, Yunqing Cai, Mark Schnepper, Christopher W. McAleer, Christopher J. Long, and James J. Hickman
  • In vitro cardiotoxicity investigation using high content analysis and human stem cell-derived models
  • Liz Roquemore, M. Ariel Kauss, Catherine Hather, Nick Thomas, and Hirdesh Uppal
  • Structural toxicity : hypertrophy models of human pluripotent stem cell-derived cardiomyocytes
  • Janos Kriston-Vizi, Sian E. Harding, and Gábor Földes
  • Gary Gintant and Stefan Braam
  • Addressing functional neurotoxicity using the microelectrode array (MEA)
  • Udo Kraushaar, Elke Guenther, and Dietmar Hess
  • Micropatterned co-cultures of induced pluripotent stem cell-derived hepatocytes and stromal cells for drug toxicity studies
  • Brenton R. Ware and Salman R. Khetani
  • Human pluripotent stem cell test for assessing the potential teratogen risk
  • Sei Kameoka and Eric Chiao
  • Cardiac action potential measurement in human embryonic stem cell cardiomyocytes for cardiac safety studies using manual patch-clamp electrophysiology
  • Muthukrishnan Renganathan, Haiyang Wei, and Yong Zhao
  • Automated patch clamp recordings of human stem cell-derived cardiomyocytes
  • Alison Obergrussberger, Claudia Haarmann, Sonja Stölzle-Feix, Nadine Becker, Atsushi Ohtsuki, Andrea Brüggemann, Michael George, and Niels Fertig
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