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Cell Culture Advances Fuel Disease Research

New twists to an old technique reveal a better understanding of disease pathology and new therapeutic avenues.

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Novel cell culture technologies have a large impact on how scientists study human disease. Researchers use three-dimensional culture techniques, microfluidics, and bioprinting to recapitulate three-dimensional physiological structures and shed light on cell behavior during tissue and organ development. These advancements make cell culture vital for understanding degenerative pathologies and potentially restoring lost organ function.

Download this ebook from The Scientist's Creative Services team to learn how researchers use the latest cell culture techniques to

  • Make lab-grown transplantable organoids
  • Bioprint aneurysms for experimentation
  • Direct pancreatic β cell differentiation and maturation
  • Facilitate personalized drug screening