Miguel A. Juarez

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Genetic changes in human pluripotent stem cells (hPSCs) gained during culture can confound experimental results and potentially jeopardize the outcome of clinical therapies. Particularly common changes in hPSCs are trisomies of chromosomes 1, 12, 17, and 20. Thus, hPSCs should be regularly screened for such aberrations. Although a number of methods are used(More)
While stimuli of lower spatial frequency often result in faster responses, this is not invariably the case. Some individuals respond faster to high frequency stimuli on tasks for which most others respond faster to low frequency stimuli. Past experience can also determine the degree to which a low frequency stimulus will mask a high frequency stimulus.(More)
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