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Reinnervate to Exhibit and Present at ‘3D Cell Culture 2012’ in Zurich
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Reinnervate to Exhibit and Present at ‘3D Cell Culture 2012’ in Zurich

Reinnervate to Exhibit and Present at ‘3D Cell Culture 2012’ in Zurich
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Reinnervate to Exhibit and Present at ‘3D Cell Culture 2012’ in Zurich


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Reinnervate will be exhibiting and presenting at the upcoming 3D Cell Culture 2012 meeting being held in Zurich (14 to 16 March).

As part of the stream ‘Enabling Technologies - Devices for 3D Cell Culture’, Reinnervate’s Chief Scientific Officer, Professor Stefan Przyborski, will deliver a presentation entitled “Optimal growth of cells in 3D culture relies on the appropriate shape and form of the supporting scaffold”, which takes place on Wednesday 14 March at 16.40.

Reinnervate will also exhibit at the meeting (stand number 15), where the company’s experts will be on hand to discuss the benefits of 3D cell culture, as well as the strengths of Reinnervate’s award-winning 3D growth scaffold, Alvetex®.

This innovative product helps researchers to gain more relevant biological insight from their experiments than that offered by 2D models, by allowing cultures to grow in a way that more closely mimics the normal formation of tissues in the body.

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