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Can patient-derived iPSCs be applied to phenotypic cell-based high throughput screening assessment to distinguish between different types of long-QT syndrome?

Topic: Ion Channels, Electrophysiology

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Mr Daisuke Yoshinaga

Boston Children's Hospital, Boston (United States of America)
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Cardiac disease modelling

Speakers: Mr D. Yoshinaga, Professor J. Hulot, Doctor S. Yoshida, Doctor L. Cyganek, Mr S. Watson...

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ESC Congress 2018

7 November - 29 August 2018

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