Cardiac Organoids

Cardiac organoids are 3D organ-like structures that can be derived from patients with cardiovascular diseases and are important disease models for drug discovery. Discover the latest research on Cardiac Organoids here.

December 10, 2019

Precision Health Resource of Control iPSC Lines for Versatile Multilineage Differentiation

Stem Cell Reports
Matthew R HildebrandtJames Ellis
November 26, 2019
PreprintOpen Access

High-Resolution 3D Fluorescent Imaging of Intact Tissues

bioRxiv
Danny El-NachefW Robb MacLellan
October 12, 2018
Open Access

Human Neonatal Thymus Mesenchymal Stem Cells Promote Neovascularization and Cardiac Regeneration

Stem Cells International
Shuyun WangMing-Sing Si
November 12, 2018
ReviewOpen Access

Human Cardiac Organoids for Disease Modeling

Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics
Bramasta NugrahaMaximilian Y Emmert
March 5, 2019

Progress in understanding Friedreich's ataxia using human induced pluripotent stem cells

Expert Opinion on Orphan Drugs
Anna M SchreiberMarek Napierala
May 1, 2020
Open Access

The effects of microgravity on differentiation and cell growth in stem cells and cancer stem cells

Stem Cells Translational Medicine
Daniela GrimmMarcus Krüger
September 3, 2019
Review

Mesoderm specification and diversification: from single cells to emergent tissues

Current Opinion in Cell Biology
Elisabetta Ferretti, Anna-Katerina Hadjantonakis
October 31, 2018
Review

Biomaterials and engineered microenvironments to control YAP/TAZ-dependent cell behaviour

Nature Materials
Giovanna BrusatinStefano Piccolo
April 2, 2019

Dissecting hiPSC-CM pacemaker function in a cardiac organoid model

Biomaterials
Mirja L SchulzeBärbel M Ulmer
May 15, 2018
Open Access

Environmental Toxin Screening Using Human-Derived 3D Bioengineered Liver and Cardiac Organoids

Frontiers in Public Health
Steven ForsytheAleksander Skardal
December 12, 2018

Human cardiomyocytes undergo enhanced maturation in embryonic stem cell-derived organoid transplants

Biomaterials
Fahimeh VarzidehHossein Baharvand
November 11, 2019
Review

In vitro models for investigation of the host-parasite interface - possible applications in acute Chagas disease

Acta Tropica
Natália Martins BreynerJuliana Lott Carvalho

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