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In vitro culture of hiPSC-Derived Sensory Neurons: A viable human model to aid pain research and drug discovery
Common to neuroscientific research is the use of animal cell culture, a method that lacks physiological relevance to humans, reducing the translatability and impact of your research. Recent advances in human stem cell biology, however, enables the creation of more physiologically-relevant models.
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- Get useful insights into the process of using a viable human cell culture model
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