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iPSC-derived autaptic culture systems for in-depth analysis of human neuronal function


Meijer, M.#, Rehbach, K.#, Brunner, J.W., Classen, J.A., Lammertse, H.C.A., van Linge, L.A., Schut, D., Krutenko, T., Hebisch, M., Cornelisse, L.N., Sullivan, P.F., Peitz, M.*, Toonen, R.F., Brüstle, O.*, Verhage, M.* (2019)
A single-cell model for synaptic transmission and plasticity in human iPSC-derived neurons
Cell Reports, doi: 10.1016/j.celrep.2019.04.058

Rhee, H.J.#, Shaib, A.H.#, Rehbach, K.#, Lee, C.K., Seif, P., Thomas, C., Gideons, E., Guenther, A., Krutenko, T., Hebisch, M., Peitz, M., Brose, N., Brüstle, O.*, Rhee, J.S.* (2019)
An autaptic culture system for standardized analyses of iPSC-derived human neurons
Cell Reports, doi: 10.1016/j.celrep.2019.04.059

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