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Safety as well as efficacy testing of new compounds has benefited a lot with the introduction of 3D cell culture models.
The combination of Nova's expertise in automated cell culture analysis and Sartorius' talent in delivering micro-scale smart reactors will yield tremendous benefits for the biotech industry.
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Thus, a physiologically relevant cell culture model is one that emulates the in vivo tissue organization and microenvironment so that cellular interaction and function within the cultured microtissue mimics the in vivo tissue as closely as possible.
Based on end users, the 3D cell culture market is segmented into research laboratories & institutes, biotechnology & pharmaceutical industries, and hospitals & diagnostic centers.
Thermo Fisher Scientific (TMO) with its GIBCO brand continues to be the leading cell culture reagent supplier in all market segments surveyed.
Conventional cell culture methods using flat, stiff plastic surfaces do not accurately mimic the characteristics of the microenvironment where cells reside inside the human body.
We combined a cell culture approach that identifies virus replication with the speed and sensitivity of real-time PCR.
Ozturka biotechnology researcher, and Hu (University of Minnesota- Minneapolis) cover both fundamental principles and practical aspects of cell culture technology in this reference for seasoned professionals and for those new to any specific area of cell culture technology.
The Large Scale Mammalian Cell Culture Report presents an analysis of currently used techniques in the production of marketed products by mammalian cell culture systems.
Although each compartment contains cells growing as if in cell culture, the flow of fluids between the chambers makes the system more realistically represent an animal.
Serologicals Corporation (NASDAQ: SERO) has announced that Celliance Corporation, its wholly-owned subsidiary, has introduced Hybri-CYTE(tm), a serum-free cell culture supplement designed and optimized for use in hybridoma cell culture that has been proven to work with mouse, rat and rabbit derived cell-lines.