Pharmacological Evaluation Institute of Japan (PEIJ), General Incorporated Association
"make a future together"
Pharmacological Evaluation Institute of Japan (PEIJ) is a non-profit pharmacology research institute. We are working with the activities globally for improvement in the reliability of the evaluation method of toxicity / safety and efficacy used in the case of drug development and chemical safety as an "ADAPTER". We are also working for STEAM education for all in the SDGs.
Results from a Blinded CiPA Pailot Study
Daniel Millard, Qianyu Dang, Hong Shi, Xiaou Zhang, Chris Strock, Udo Kraushaar, Haoyu Zeng, Paul Levesque, Hua-Rong Lu, Jean-Michel Guillon, Joseph C Wu, Yingxin Li, Greg Luerman, Blake Anson, Liang Guo, Mike Clements, Yama A Abassi, James Ross, Jennifer Pierson, Gary Gintant. Cross-Site Reliability of Human Induced Pluripotent Stem-Cell Derived Cardiomyocyte Based Safety Assays using Microelectrode Arrays: Results from a Blinded CiPA Pilot Study, Toxicological Sciences. 2018