Corning® Osteo Assay Surface 24 Well Plates with Transwell® Permeable Supports – A Useful Tool for Co-Culture Studies
2 Mar 2015

In an effort to develop tools designed to enable scientific investigation of bone cell physiology, this study was performed to evaluate functional osteoclast activity in vitro using a synthetic inorganic bone surface. The consistency and superior visualization properties of the Corning Osteo Assay Surface were demonstrated. Studies demonstrating cell-cell communication in an in vitro co-culture environment were also performed using this surface in conjunction with the Transwell permeable support insert.

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