The pathophysiology of neurological disease and injury is admittedly highly complex and temporally dynamic. This poses a daunting challenge for the development and appropriate use of physiologically relevant models for investigative research. Subtle fluctuations occur continually, and degenerative processes can impact cell health and function over long periods of time. These kinetic changes are challenging to capture, quantify, and interpret, but they hold valuable clues for understanding disease pathology, identifying therapeutic targets, and characterizing drug pharmacology.
In this whitepaper learn, how real-time live-cell analysis could be a valuable tool for use in neurological disease model development, the study of disease pathology, neuroinflammation, nervous system injury, and drug discovery.