Whitepaper: Explore iPSC-derived motor neuron morphology


A new whitepaper is now available from DDW and Sartorius entitled ‘iPSC-Derived Motor Neurons and Microglia From ALS Background Display Disease Phenotype’.

Induced pluripotent stem cell (iPSC)-derived cells are a significant resource for disease modelling. They allow the use of cells directly from affected patients and have the potential to guide these cells towards multiple lineages.

Download the whitepaper to:

  • Explore iPSC-derived motor neuron morphology
  • Discover how ALS disease phenotype is observed in microglia phagocytosis
  • Understand whether both microglia and motor neurons from ALS patients could drive a more pronounced disease phenotype

Related Articles

Join FREE today and become a member
of Drug Discovery World

Membership includes:

  • Full access to the website including free and gated premium content in news, articles, business, regulatory, cancer research, intelligence and more.
  • Unlimited App access: current and archived digital issues of DDW magazine with search functionality, special in App only content and links to the latest industry news and information.
  • Weekly e-newsletter, a round-up of the most interesting and pertinent industry news and developments.
  • Whitepapers, eBooks and information from trusted third parties.
Join For Free