In collaboration with the University of Luxembourg, induced human pluripotent stem cells have been successfully differentiated into dopaminergic neurons in the OrganoPlate™. The differentiation process took 30 days, after which in situ morphological, immunocytochemical and calcium imaging confirmed the presence of dopaminergic neurons that were spontaneously electrophysiologically active, a characteristic feature of nigrostriatal dopaminergic neurons in vivo
. These results have been published
in the Lab on a Chip journal.