Jens Schwamborn

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These approaches are based on human stem cells. Most of these stem cells come from patients, so they are in some way specific to the disease itself. We hope that these approaches will help us replace animal testing in Parkinson's research. We have some evidence that these systems represent the pathological process in a more realistic way than animal models do. So we think that we can indeed replace animal experiments with our approach. Not only replace them, but also to move the knowledge boundaries forward, and to obtain more meaningful results.
Oct 09 2016
Jens Schwamborn has most recently been quoted in an article called Replacing animal testing with cultured human cells. Jens Schwamborn said, “These approaches are based on human stem cells. Most of these stem cells come from patients, so they are in some way specific to the disease itself. We hope that these approaches will help us replace animal testing in Parkinson's research. We have some evidence that these systems represent the pathological process in a more realistic way than animal models do. So we think that we can indeed replace animal experiments with our approach. Not only replace them, but also to move the knowledge boundaries forward, and to obtain more meaningful results.”.
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