MaxWell ウェビナー

Electrophysiological Phenotype Characterization of Human iPSC-Derived Neuronal Cell Lines by Means of High-Density Microelectrode Arrays(高密度微小電極アレイによるヒトiPS細胞由来神経細胞株の電気生理学的表現型の特徴付け)
October 15, 2020  |  5pm (CET), 8am (PST), 11am (EDT)
2020年10月16日 | 午前0時(日本時間)

 

Co-hosted MaxWell Biosystems and FUJIFILM Cellular Dynamics Webinar

Host

Speaker

Dr. Marie Obien
VP Marketing and Sales at MaxWell Biosystems

Slivia Ronchi
Doctorate Student at ETH Zürich

 

Abstract:

Recent advances in the field of cellular reprogramming have opened a route to study the fundamental mechanisms underlying common neurological disorders. High-density microelectrode-arrays (HD-MEAs) provide unprecedented means to study neuronal physiology at different scales, ranging from network through single-neuron to subcellular features.

In this webinar, we will:

  • Introduce how HD-MEAs was used to characterize and compare human induced-pluripotent-stem-cell (iPSC)-derived dopaminergic and motor neurons, including isogenic neuronal lines modeling Parkinson’s disease and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis in-vitro.
  • Present the metrics used for phenotype characterization and drug testing.
  • Demonstrate the ability to detect drug effects with HD-MEA.

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