Organoids – Revolutionizing the Study of Human Development and Disease
Infographic Nov 04, 2019
Often referred to as “mini-organs”, organoids are tiny self-organizing 3D assemblies of cells which show some physiological features of a specific organ.
As an intermediate between traditional 2D in vitro cell cultures and animal models, organoids are a useful tool for several applications.
Download this infographic to explore:
- What an organoid is and how they are created
- The range of organoid applications
- Examples of current organoids in development
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