Serotonin-specific neurons differentiated from human iPSCs form distinct subtypes with synaptic protein assembly

C. Jansch, G.C. Ziegler*, A. Forero, S. Gredy, S. Waldchen, M.R. Vitale, E. Svirin, J.E.M. Zoller, J. Waider, K. Gunther, F. Edenhofer, M. Sauer, E. Wischmeyer, K.P. Lesch*

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