Axol at SOT 2018

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    Organised by Axol Bioscience

    "Stem Cell-Derived Human Renal Cells for Compound Screening and Nephrotoxicity Prediction"

    Monday March 12, 2018
    15:00 - 16:00
    Henry B. González Convention Center, Room 217B

    Workshop Overview

    Dr. Daniele Zink will speak on the generation of human iPSC-derived Renal Proximal Tubular cells , the development of the first pre-validated screening platforms for accurate prediction of nephrotoxicity in humans, and the potential applications of these cells within drug discovery and toxicology with progression to future kidney-on-chip technologies for dose response prediction.

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    Satellite Workshops

    Organised by AlphaMED

    "Application of truly sensitive microelectrode arrays for high-throughput neurotox screening assays"

    Wednesday March 14, 2018
    12:00 - 13:00
    Henry B. González Convention Center, Room 217B

    Workshop Overview

    Discover the power that truly sensitive microelectrode arrays (MEAs) provide for neurtox assays. Experts in the field will present studies on the predictive power of the MED64 family of truly sensitive MEAs for high-throughput screening using stem cell derived neurons and acute brain slices.


    Presented by Dr Ikuro Suzuki

    "Electrophysiological Pain Responses in Cultured Human iPSC-Derived Sensory Neurons Using High-Throughput Multi-Electrode Array System"

    Presenting Author : Dr Ikuro Suzuki
    Session Title: : Stem Cell Biology and Toxicology
    Session Date and Time : Tuesday, March 13, 09:15 - 16:30
    Presenter at Poster : Tuesday, March 13, 13:30 - 15:00
    Location : 2340 / P687

    Poster Overview

    The researchers utilized human iPSC-derived Sensory Neurons in order to evaluate the physiological responses against typical pain-related molecules, temperature change and anticancer drug in cultured sensory neurons using high-throughput multi-electrode array (MEA) system.

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