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Rising to the Challenges of Human iPSC-derived Cells For Tox & Drug Screening

Video   Jan 09, 2017

 

Human toxicology and drug screening in a dish. 

Dr. Paul Bello from Axol biosciences explains how human induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) can be used for toxicological and drug screening purposes. 



 
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