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Optimizing Organoid Culture Conditions


Organoid models of various tissue types are being increasingly used to study human development, model disease, screen for drug efficacy and investigate personalized medicine approaches. However, such culture conditions can be variable, leading to lengthy optimization processes which require highly technical expertise.

Selecting protocols and reagents that are designed to minimize variability can help researchers address the challenges of organoid culture. They can support reproducibility and help ensure that models remain accurate of their representative tissue.

This application note outlines the importance of reagent consistency in organoid tissue culture. 

Download this app note to discover:

  • Streamlined organoid culture protocols suitable for a variety or tissue types
  • Growth factors that provide minimal lot-to-lot variability
  • Reagents designed and tested to provide superior performance and maintain consistency
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