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A human brain microphysiological system derived from induced pluripotent stem cells to study neurological diseases and toxicity

A human brain microphysiological system derived from induced pluripotent stem cells to study neurological diseases and toxicity

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PAMIES, David, Paula BARRERAS, Katharina BLOCK, Georgia MAKRI, Anupama KUMAR, Daphne WIERSMA, Lenna SMIRNOVA, Ce ZANG, Joseph BRESSLER, Kimberly M. CHRISTIAN, Thomas HARTUNG, 2017. A human brain microphysiological system derived from induced pluripotent stem cells to study neurological diseases and toxicity. In: ALTEX. 34(3), pp. 362-376. ISSN 1868-596X. eISSN 1868-8551. Available under: doi: 10.14573/altex.1609122

@article{Pamies2017human-40433, title={A human brain microphysiological system derived from induced pluripotent stem cells to study neurological diseases and toxicity}, year={2017}, doi={10.14573/altex.1609122}, number={3}, volume={34}, issn={1868-596X}, journal={ALTEX}, pages={362--376}, author={Pamies, David and Barreras, Paula and Block, Katharina and Makri, Georgia and Kumar, Anupama and Wiersma, Daphne and Smirnova, Lenna and Zang, Ce and Bressler, Joseph and Christian, Kimberly M. and Hartung, Thomas} }

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