Cell Culture: Making Sense of 3D Tools
Infographic Aug 29, 2017
Cell culture has come a long way since Roux’s first method in 1885, playing a key role in a wide range of biological research, from drug discovery, to modelling diseases, to manufacturing vaccines.
Recent years have seen an increasing move away from traditional 2D culture, to the use of more complex 3D models.
Download this infographic to learn:
- The advantages of 3D models
- The range of 3D tools available
- Where the future of cell culture is headed
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