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iPS Cells for Muscle Disorders: From Regenerative Medicine to Disease Modelling

Video   Jun 01, 2016


I will discuss hurdles for the development of therapies for muscle disorders. I will present our platforms based upon iPS cells, inducible myogenesis and human artificial chromosomes. Extension of these technologies for tissue engineering and drug development will also be discussed.


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