Here, you will find unique and novel technologies dedicated to 3D Cell Culture models.
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Thanks to 3D cell culture models, cells grow in their native context or in vivo environment. By contrast, in 2D culture models cells grow in simplistic monolayers and as a result, may lose their original phenotypic and functional characteristics. Therefore, the biological responses of 2D cells may not be as physiologically relevant as that of 3D cell culture models, limiting their predictability, and thus utility in drug discovery!
As new technologies enabling 3D Cell Culture models are being developed worldwide, 3D Cell Cultures models, such as Spheroids and Organoids, are becoming more mainstream. In fact, a simple "Spheroids" search in PubMed yields 17,114 results as of 2021 and 6,414 as of 2011. Similarly a search on "Organoids" yields 15,195 results as of 2021 and 8,621 results as of 2011...
In other words, in the past 10 years only, 3D Cell Culture have more than doubled!
Building on this trend, our aim is to help every scientist join the 3D Cell Culture revolution and access simple tools to grow viable 3D Cell models!
Introducing 3D CoSeedis™ by abc biopply, an novel scaffold-free 3D Cell Culture system, for easy mass production of uniform and homogenous organoids for predictive disease Modeling!
Introducing the W8 by CellDynamics, an analytical lab WEIGHING SCALE for the quantitative assessment of SIZE, WEIGHT, AND MASS DENSITY of biological samples, from single cell suspensions to 3D spheroids and organoids!
Introducing LiveBox 1 and 2 by IVTech, an advanced cell culture system to perform 3D dynamic in-vitro models. The basic module is LB1, a transparent, single flow bioreactor that can be used to realize 3D dynamic models in attached cell culture conditions. While LB2 can be used to mimic physiological barriers (i.e. lung, skin, intestinal epithelia) in dynamic conditions.
Introducing PRIMO a contactless micropatterning solution that provides custom photopolymerization of hydrogels to create identical micro-wells, in-which spheroids form in a reproducible and homogeneous manner. As seen in this example of Huh-7 cells forming spheroids on micropatterns of fibrinogen-A488 (micropatterns Ø= 200 μm).