Risorse - Webinar
3D Culture Methods and Imaging Considerations - On Demand
April 29, 2020
Presenters: Brad Larson and Valerie Sodi, Field Applications Scientists
The use of three‐dimensional (3D) culture models is rapidly expanding due to their recognition as representing more structurally and physiologically relevant models of in vivo biology. 3D cell culture assays attempt to mimic the cellular microenvironment including in vivo extracellular matrix (ECM) composition. In this webinar we cover the advantages and limitations of the various culture models, assay formats, and imaging approaches. Attendees should gain knowledge on setting up and optimizing a broad range of 3D assays that are the best fit for their particular application.
Topics Covered: 3D culture models, scaffold free vs. hydrogel matrix models, overview of the generation and use of organoids, molecular, biochemical and imaging assay methods.