Patch-clamp recordings of iPSC-derived neurons
Patch-clamp recordings of iPSC-derived neurons : the gateway to human data for #CNS drug discovery!
Preclinical data translation to clinical trials is key with the assessment of efficacy, mechanism of action and target engagement on human neurons. NEUROSERVICE USA (San Diego) now provides patch-clamp recordings on iPSC-derived neurons from healthy and diseased human subjects. Are you looking to accelerate your hashtag#CNS drug discovery program and increase your research results predictability thanks to fast and reliable data? Reach out for more information to firstname.lastname@example.org
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Neuroservice was established more than 14 years ago in Aix-en-Provence, France. We are world-renowned experts providing rodent brain slice electrophysiology, to support drug discovery research for pharmaceutical and biotech companies.
Today, iPSC-derived neurons are increasingly used for drug discovery. Drug candidates can be evaluated in iPSC neurons derived from healthy as well as diseased human subjects.
Thanks to our new San Diego laboratory, we provide patch clamp recording on human iPSC-derived neurons to support your pre-clinical CNS research programs.
We are partnering with Phenovista Biosciences, a San-Diego-based Contract Research Organization specializing in high content imaging from human iPSC-derived neurons. We will source our human iPSC-derived neurons from Phenovista, who has extensive experience culturing these cells.
Our world-class expertise in patch clamp electrophysiology, as well as our San Diego team with over 40 years of drug discovery experience, allow us to provide fast and reliable data from human neurons, to accelerate your drug discovery programs.