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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2008Digital Movie Analysis for Quantification of Beating Frequencies, Chronotropic Effects and Beating Areas in Cardiomyocyte CulturesSTUMMANN TINA; WRONSKI Mateusz; SOBANSKI TOMASZ; KUMPFMUELLER Benjamin; HARENG Lars; BREMER SUSANNE; WHELAN MAURICEArticles in Journals
2007Embryotoxicity Hazard Assessment of Methylmercury and Chromium Using Embryonic Stem CellsSTUMMANN TINA; HARENG Lars; BREMER SUSANNEArticles in Journals
2009Hazard assessment of methylmercury toxicity to neuronal induction in embryogenesis using human embryonic stem cellsBREMER Susanne; STUMMANN Tina; HARENG LarsArticles in Journals
2008In vitro Assessment of Developmental Toxicity and Cardiac Pharmacology using Embryonic Stem CellsSTUMMANN TinaPhD Theses
2008The Possible Impact of Human Embryonic Stem Cells on Safety Pharmacological and Toxicological Assessments in Drug Discovery and Drug DevelopmentSTUMMANN TINA; BREMER SUSANNEArticles in Journals
2009Report and Recommendations of the Workshop of the European Centre for the Validation of Alternative Methods for Drug-induced CardiotoxicitySTUMMANN Tina; DUKER Doran; DUMOTIER Berenegere; FREDIKSSON Magnus; JONES Robin; HASIWA Marina; KANG James; MANDENIUS Carl Fredrik; MEYER Thomas; MINOTTI Giorgio, et alArticles in Journals
2010ReProGlo: a new stem cell based reporter assay aimed to predict embryotoxic potential of drugs and chemicalsBREMER Susanne; UIBEL Frederik; STUMMANN Tina; SCHWARZ Michael; WEIMER Marc; MUEHLEISEN Annette; KÖHLE ChristophArticles in Journals
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