Costamagna, D., V. Bastianini, M. Corvelyn, R. Duelen, J. Deschrevel, N. De Beukelaer, H. De Houwer, M. Sampaolesi, G. Gayan-Ramirez, A. V. Campenhout and K. Desloovere, 2023. Botulinum Toxin Treatment of Adult Muscle Stem Cells from Children with Cerebral Palsy and hiPSC-Derived Neuromuscular Junctions. Cells 12 DOI: 10.3390/cells12162072. https://doi.org/10.3390/cells12162072
Tags: hiPSC-derived, lower motor neurons, myoblasts, neuromuscular junction (NMJ), XC150

Van Breedam, E., T. Buyle-Huybrecht, J. Govaerts, P. Meysman, A. Bours, M. Boeren, J. Di Stefano, T. Caers, H. De Reu, L. Dirkx, J. Schippers, E. Bartholomeus, M. Lebrun, C. Sadzot-Delvaux, P. Rybakowska, M. E. Alarcón-Riquelme, C. Marañón, K. Laukens, P. Delputte, B. Ogunjimi and P. Ponsaerts, 2023. Lack of strong innate immune reactivity renders macrophages alone unable to control productive Varicella-Zoster Virus infection in an isogenic human iPSC-derived neuronal co-culture model. Frontiers in Immunology 14. https://doi.org/10.3389/fimmu.2023.1177245
Tags: co-cultures, hiPSC-derived, macrophages, XC150

Arun, P., G. Dajana, G. Hannes, Z. Vitaly, G. René, C. Marica, M. B. Tobias, S. Jared, S. Erik, P. Susanne, W. Florian, G. Stefan, P.-M. Francisco and H. Andreas, 2023. DJ-1 products glycolic acid and D-lactate restore deficient axonal trafficking and DNA damage response in FUS and SOD1-associated amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. bioRxiv: 2023.2009.2020.558653. 10.1101/2023.09.20.558653
Tags: hiPSC-derived, hiPSC-derived motor neurons, motor neurons, preprint, RD900

Luczo, J. M., S. J. Edwards, K. Ardipradja, W. W. Suen, G. G. Au, G. A. Marsh, N. Godde, C. L. Rootes, J. Bingham and V. Sundaramoorthy, 2024. SARS-CoV and SARS-CoV-2 display limited neuronal infection and lack the ability to transmit within synaptically connected axons in stem cell–derived human neurons. Journal of NeuroVirology. * uses SND450s with human iPSC-derived NPCs. https://doi.org/10.1007/s13365-023-01187-3
Tags: hiPSC-derived, human, NPC, SND450

Murata, H., Y. Yasui, K. Oiso, T. Ochi, N. Tomonobu, K.-i. Yamamoto, R. Kinoshita and M. Sakaguchi, 2023. STAT1/3 signaling suppresses axon degeneration and neuronal cell death through regulation of NAD+-biosynthetic and consuming enzymes. Cellular Signalling 108: 110717. * uses SND450 silicone devices with human iPSC-derived neurons  https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cellsig.2023.110717
Tags: hiPSC-derived, human, SND450

Aiken, J. and E. L. F. Holzbaur, 2023. Spastin locally amplifies microtubule dynamics to pattern the axon for presynaptic cargo delivery. bioRxiv. * uses XonaChip (XC450) with human iPSC-derived i3Neurons.  https://doi.org/10.1101%2F2023.08.08.552320
Tags: hiPSC-derived, human, i3Neurons, preprint, XC450

De Vincentiis, S.Baggiani, M.Merighi, F.Cappello, V.Lopane, J.Di Caprio, M.Costa, M.Mainardi, M.Onorati, M.Raffa, V.Low Forces Push the Maturation of Neural Precursors into NeuronsSmall 2023, 2205871. * uses Xona’s Silicone Devices (RD150) with hiPSC-differentiated spinal cord neurons. http://doi.org/10.1002/smll.202205871
Tags: hiPSC-derived, RD150, spinal cord neurons

Fornetti, E., Testa, S., De Paolis, F., Fuoco, C., Bernardini, S., Pozo Devoto, V., Stokin, G.B., Giannitelli, S.M., Rainer, A., Bigot, A., Zoccali, C., Baldi, J., Sandonà, D., Rizzi, R., Bearzi, C., Forte, G., Cannata, S., Gargioli, C., 2022. Dystrophic Muscle Affects Motoneuron Axon Outgrowth and NMJ Assembly. Advanced Materials Technologies n/a, 2101216.  * uses Xona’s Silicone Devices (RD450) with hiPSC-derived neurons and muscle-derived hMSCs. https://doi.org/10.1002/admt.202101216
Tags: hiPSC-derived, muscle-derived hMSCs, RD450

Nella, K.T., Norton, B.M., Chang, H.-T., Heuer, R.A., Roque, C.B., Matsuoka, A.J., 2022. Bridging the electrode–neuron gap: finite element modeling of in vitro neurotrophin gradients to optimize neuroelectronic interfaces in the inner ear. Acta Biomaterialia 151, 360-378. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.actbio.2022.08.035
Tags: hiPSC-derived, human, spiral ganglion neurons, XC450

Margarita, D.C., Laura, C., Urszula, B., Amandine, G., Natalia, T.E., Isabelle, F., Hossain, I., Daniela, G., Anne, E., Matthias, M., Eline, P.-V., 2021. Mutant huntingtin actively crosses neuromuscular synapses and causes transmission-selective pathology in human myotubes. bioRxiv, 2021.2007.2028.454044. https://doi.org/10.1101/2021.07.28.454044
Tags: co-culture, hiPSC-derived, human, neuromuscular junction (NMJ), preprint, XC450

Güner, F., Pozner, T., Krach, F., Prots, I., Loskarn, S., Schlötzer-Schrehardt, U., Winkler, J., Winner, B., Regensburger, M., 2021. Axon-Specific Mitochondrial Pathology in SPG11 Alpha Motor Neurons. Frontiers in Neuroscience 15. * uses Xona’s Silicone Devices (SND450) with human iPSC-differentiated motor neuron progenitors and human cerebellar astrocytes co-cultures. https://doi.org/10.3389/fnins.2021.680572
Tags: astrocytes, co-culture, hiPSC-derived, hiPSC-derived motor neurons, human, motor neurons, SND450

Sundaramoorthy, V., Godde, N., Farr, R.J., Green, D., Haynes, J.M., Bingham, J., O’Brien, C.M., Dearnley, M., 2020. Modelling Lyssavirus Infections in Human Stem Cell-Derived Neural Cultures. Viruses 12. * uses Xona’s Silicone Devices (SND150) with human iPSC-differentiated neurons
Tags: hiPSC-derived, SND150

Kamande, J.W., Nagendran, T., Harris, J., Taylor, A.M., 2019. Multi-compartment Microfluidic Device Geometry and Covalently Bound Poly-D-Lysine Influence Neuronal Maturation. Front. Bioeng. Biotechnol. | doi: 10.3389/fbioe.2019.00084. * uses Xona’s Silicone Devices (SND450, DOC450) with human stem cell derived glutamatergic neurons **Original research authored by Xona scientists**  https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fbioe.2019.00084/abstract
Tags: DOC450, glutamatergic, hiPSC-derived, human, SND450, Xona author

Paranjape, S. R., Nagendran, T., Poole, V., Harris, J., Taylor, A. M. (2019). Compartmentalization of Human Stem Cell-Derived Neurons within Pre-Assembled Plastic Microfluidic Chips J. Vis. Exp. (147), e59250, doi:10.3791/59250 (2019). * uses XonaChips® (XC150, XC450, XC900) with human stem cell derived glutamatergic neurons **authored by Xona scientists  https://www.jove.com/video/59250/compartmentalization-human-stem-cell-derived-neurons-within-pre?status=a61256k
Tags: glutamatergic, hiPSC-derived, human, protocol, XC150, XC450, XC900, Xona author

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