Long-Term Neuron Culture Maturation in 3D Hydrogel Constructs A comparison study of VitroGel™ and Matrigel® for long-term neuron maturation and survival in vitro Comparison Study Martin L. Tomov Stanley Center; Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard Introduction Three dimensional (3D) tissue cultures have numerous advantages compared to traditional two dimensional (2D) cultures [1; [...]
3D Cell Culture of Human Colon Cancer Cells (HCT116) on VitroGel™ System Introduction In vitro assays have become increasingly popular in drug discovery applications because of their high throughput functionality and cost-effectiveness in conducting optimization and preclinical validation. Three-dimensional (3D) culture assays have become especially popular because compared to traditional two-dimensional (2D) cell [...]
3D Cell Culture of Human Pancreatic Cancer Cells (PANC-1) on VitroGel™ System Introduction 3D culture has become the standard for studying complex systems, such as the tumor microenvironment (TME), in an in vitro setting. These systems allow for insight into the cell-cell interactions and communications that occur in vivo. Use of 3D matrices mimic [...]
Join us at the American Association for Cancer Research(AACR) 2018 annual meeting in Chicago, IL. Come by our booth (#3150) to learn current development of 3D cell culture and check the new applications of the VitroGel™ 3D hydrogel system! For 3D cell culture, VitroGel 3D process can be done in 20 min. VitroGel 3D [...]
Come see us at the NIH Research Festival Exhibit - Sept 15-16 at the NIH Campus - Bethesda, MD. See how we can help your cell culture research easier with our VitroGel 3D hydrogel system.
Bioengineering a 3D integumentary organ system from iPS cells using an in vivo transplantation model
RESEARCH ARTICLEBIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING Bioengineering a 3D integumentary organ system from iPS cells using an in vivo transplantation model Ryoji Takagi1,*Junko Ishimaru1,*Ayaka Sugawara1,*Koh-ei Toyoshima2,3,4, Kentaro Ishida5, Miho Ogawa2,3,4, Kei Sakakibara1, Kyosuke Asakawa2, Akitoshi Kashiwakura1, Masamitsu Oshima5, Ryohei Minamide2, Akio Sato4, Toshihiro Yoshitake4, Akira Takeda4, Hiroshi Egusa6 and Takashi Tsuji2,3,5,† + Author Affiliations: ↵†Corresponding author. E-mail: email@example.com; ↵* These authors contributed equally to this work. Science Advances 01 [...]
SLAS Webinar: Fully Automated 3D Cell Culture Provides Standardized, Biologically Relevant, and High Production for Human Cells SLAS Webinar: Fully Automated 3D Cell Culture for Human Cells Not seeing images? Click here SLAS Webinar: Fully Automated 3D Cell Culture Provides Standardized, Biologically Relevant, and High Production for Human Cells presented by the official scientific [...]