NeuroProof poster at SLAS 2019
SLAS meeting 2019 in Washington DC, Feb 2-6
In collaboration with BrainXell, a Madison, Wisconsin US Company, NeuroProof GmbH presents its functional phenotypic screening assay using human motor neurons on in vitro disease modeling using human motor neurons derived from patients who have either amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) or spinal muscular atrophy (SMA).
Related neuronal activities were functionally phenotyped with NeuroProof's artificial intelligence analyses of multi-well microelectrode assay (MEA) data. Be invited to discuss our medium throughput assay for rare diseases with the experts or get a free poster copy (contact us after the meeting).
Meet NeuroProof at the SfN 2018
San Diego Nov. 3rd-7th 2018, booth 3108
NeuroProof presents its newest developments in functional phenotypic screening combined with multivariate and artificial intelligence analysis methods. We are seeking for collaboration partners and are glad to help to make your drug discovery projects a real success. Visit our poster to discuss new collaboration projects. Get an update on our service offers and models for neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, Schizophrenia, Epilepsy, rare diseases and for safety pharmacology.
Get the chance to discuss our latest developments with our CEO Olaf H.-U. Schroeder and our Project Manager Benjamin Bader at booth 3108.
Visit our poster:
November 3, 2018, 1:00 PM, Session: Poster: 052 - Neuromuscular Diseases: Motor Neuron Disease: In Vitro Studies
Poster 052.16. Phenotypic functional in vitro screening of patient iPSC-derived motor neurons used for in vitro HTS disease modeling with AI-based analysis of micro electrode array data
Functional in vitro HTS seizure prediction with human and mouse neurons growing on microelectrode arrays analyzed by artificial intelligence-based methods
Visit the NeuroProof poster at the SPS annual meeting 20018 Sep. 30th – Oct. 3rd 2018 in Washington D.C.
Facing seizurogenic effects in drug discovery leads to significant attrition rates which partly is due to the lack of suitable in vitro test systems. Further, presently used brain slice or behavior assays for predicting seizure risk are accompanied by low throughput and high demand for animal tests and the fact that results from rodent tests not always translate into the human situation. Microelectrode arrays (MEAs) with dissociated neurons are currently under investigation using both mouse and human induced pluripotent stem cells (hiPSC) to serve as an alternative to current state-of-art. Contrasting mouse and human neuronal in vitro MEA systems therefore is needed to improve clinical translation.
We cultured primary mouse cortex and hiPSC neurons on multiwell microelectrode arrays. After 3-4 weeks in vitro, we tested known seizurogenic compounds and analyzed the recorded spike trains by computing more than 200 parameters to describe the compound’s functional phenotype. The established fingerprints reveal a common seizure-specific phenotype identified by AI-based classification analysis. Using this classifier, we compare the predicted seizure risk for several clinical compounds in a concentration-dependent manner between human iPSC-derived neuronal networks and those from functionally mature primary mouse cortical networks.
In summary, our data underlines the common understanding that the MEA technology allows dissecting the functional differences between hiPSC- and mouse neuronal culture models. Here, we present a tool for investigating and comparing the safety margin of novel drug candidates in rodent and human cells and thereby complement the toolbox for prediction of functional seizurogenic risk assessment.
Meet NeuroProof at the ECNP 6-9.10.2018 in Barcelona
The potentials and limitations of personalized induced pluripotent stem cell (iPSC) models in neuropsychiatry
Meet NeuroProof at a Brainstorm Meeting at the international conference ECNP 6-9.10.2018 in Barcelona
The Brainstorm Meeting will be held on Sunday 7th of October 2018
This brainstorm meeting will be organized by Prof. Edna Grünblatt from University Hospital of Psychiatry Zurich and Dr. Olaf Schröder from NeuroProof GmbH, Germany.
Within this meeting, the enormous progress in establishing disease models for psychiatric disorders with iPSC based technologies and functional phenotypic screening will be addressed.
Practical experiences with such models will be presented.
We will be happy to meet you at the ECNP and to discuss with you this fascinating topic.
Neuropsychiatry disorders such as autism, schizophrenia, bipolar and attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) have polygenetic, neuro-immunological, environmental and developmental causes, with complex etiology to be yet revealed. Recent advancement in research (that includes patient-specific disease modelling, new methods of treatment monitoring, personalized medicine, and new differential diagnostic markers) opened new opportunities to study such disorders and differentially diagnose and predict treatment response: in this brainstorming session, the speakers will discuss the potentials and limitations of induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSC) in neuropsychiatry. Since Yamanaka and colleagues generated the first iPSC, many attempts to generate these cells also from patients with psychiatric diseases were made. The generation of patient- and disease-specific iPSC cultures, following standardized and reproducible protocols, and the use of these cultures in drug discovery still require rigorous validation of the methods and continuous improvement of protocols and read outs. iPSC models allow imaging, molecular, cellular, biochemical and functional read outs to investigate neurodevelopmental trajectories and to model the course of the disease development while monitoring treatment success. One of such methods is the functional label-free read outs using microelectrode arrays (electrophysiology), to correlate patient diagnostic outcomes with outcomes generated from iPSC models. The discussion will focus on different topics concerning the use of iPSC in neuropsychiatry, such as brain region-specific models, co-culturing with glial cells, organoids, quality markers, the influence of epigenetic disturbances and the use of genetic modifications.
Meet NeuroProof at the ISSCR 2018
Melbourne, June, 20-23
In collaboration with BrainXell, a Madison, Wisconsin US Company, NeuroProof GmbH presents brand new results on in vitro disease modeling using human motor neurons derived from patients who have either amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) or spinal muscular atrophy (SMA).
Related neuronal activities were functionally phenotyped with NeuroProof's artificial intelligence analyses of multi-well microelectrode assay (MEA) data. Be invited to discuss our new disease models with the experts or get a free poster copy (contact us after the meeting).
Meet NeuroProof at the SfN 2017
Washington D.C. 11-15.11.2017
NeuroProof presents its newest developments in functional phenotypic screening combined with multivariate and artificial intelligence analysis methods. We are seeking for collaboration partners and are glad to help to make your drug discovery projects a real success. Visit our posters to discuss new collaboration projects. Get an update on our service offers and models for neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, Epilepsy, rare diseases and for safety pharmacology.
Get the chance to discuss our latest poster with our Project Manager Benjamin Bader.
Sunday, Nov. 12, 10.00-12.00 AM Functional biomarker of rare and familiar diseases: NPC1 knockout neuronal networks phenotyped with HTS microelectrode arrays and artificial intelligence machine learning methods (http://www.abstractsonline.com/pp8/#!/4376/presentation/21269) and
Mon, Nov. 13, 2017, 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM at the Poster Section 387.21 Identification of measurable phenotypes relevant to Alzheimer’s disease using human iPSC-derived neurons. http://www.abstractsonline.com/pp8/#!/4376/presentation/11119
NeuroProof at the ISSCR 2017
Boston, USA. June, 13-17
At the ISSCR stem cell meeting in Boston, Neuroproof's project manager Benjamin Bader will present novel results on a genotype/phenotype/transcriptome correlation using human iPSC neurons carrying Alzheimer's Disease-specific genetic variations which were functionally phenotyped with NeuroProof's artificial intelligence analyses of multi-well MEA data. Whole genome transcriptome data delivers further insights into the reasons for he functional phenotypes.
Poster number T-1136
Time: presenter time Thursday June, 15 at 7-8 PM.
AD/PD meeting in Vienna
March 28, 2017
Meet NeuroProof at the Annual Meeting for Alzheimers and Parkinson's Disease AD/PD 2017 in Vienna and discuss our newest functional assay for screening Alzheimer drugs on a human genetic APP-mutant cell culture model with Benjamin Bader at the poster on Thursday. We also present a new approach for comparing functional phenotypic effects of alpha-synuclein on mouse and human dopaminergic neurons. Visit the AD/PD website for the abstract:
Stem cells in drug discovery
March, 6-7th 2016, Cambridge
Meet NeuroProof Project Manager Benjamin Bader at the Conference on Advances in Drug Discovery and discuss the latest NeuroProof assays for functional phenotypic CNS drug discovery using human stem cells.
2nd Annual Conference on Neuroscience R&D Technologies
September, 29-30th 2016, London
Meet NeuroProof CEO Olaf Schröder at the 2nd Annual Conference on Neuroscience R&D Technologies conference and discuss the presentation and latest NeuroProof assays for functional phenotypic CNS drug discovery.