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The Philippe Wiener Lecture. "From Human pluripotent stem cells to cortial circuits: towards brain disease modeling and repair."

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van den Ameele, J., Tiberi, L., Vanderhaeghen, P., & Espuny-Camacho, I. Thinking out of the dish: what to learn about cortical development using pluripotent stem cells.Trends Neurosci. (2014), 37, 334-342. (review)

Espuny-Camacho I, Michelsen K, Gall D, Linaro D, Hasche A, Bonnefont J, Bali C, Orduz D, Bilheu A, Herpoel A, Lambert N, Gaspard N, PĂ©ron S, Schiffmann SN, Giugliano M, Gaillard A, & Vanderhaeghen P. Pyramidal neurons generated from human pluripotent stem cells integrate efficiently into mouse brain circuits in vivo. Neuron (2013), 77, 440-456.

Gaspard N, Bouschet T, Hourez R, Dimidschstein J, Naeije G, van den Ameele J, Espuny-Camacho I, Herpoel A, Passante L, Schiffmann S, Gaillard A, and Vanderhaeghen P. An intrinsic mechanism of corticogenesis from embryonic stem cells. Nature 455 (2008), 351-357.

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