Gerecht Lab Provides New & Notable Commentary on Biophysical Journal Paper from Teitell Lab

Biophysical Journal – With the use of live cell interferometry (LCI), a non-invasive microscopy technique, researchers at UCLA have measured the biomass and locomotion of human-induced pluripotent stem cells (hPSCs). This novel approach has allowed scientists to follow the physical changes in hPSCs through growth, differentiation, and even apoptosis.