Building Cell Models That Drive Breakthroughs
List May 31, 2019
Organoid models, a powerful new tool for cancer researchers
An organoid is a 3D structure in which cells spontaneously self-organize into properly differentiated functional cell types and progenitors, mimicking organs in the body.
These 3D cellular models provide researchers the opportunity to better understand complex biology in a physiologically relevant context – with great potential in many applications, including cancer research.
Download this list to:
- Learn about organoid formation and characterization
- Explore the types of human cancer organoids have been developed for
- Discover the applications of organoid cultures in cancer
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