3D cell culture technology has revolutionized the way researchers study cell behavior and its response to drugs and diseases. By replicating the three-dimensional structure of tissues and organs, 3D cell culture offers a more realistic environment for studying cell behavior, making it a promising tool in drug discovery, disease modeling, and regenerative medicine. In this special feature, we highlight some of the latest advancements in 3D cell culture technology and how they are transforming drug discovery, cancer research, and other fields.
Explore the resources below to learn how AI-based analysis is accelerating translational cancer research, understand how to gain deeper insights with automated culturing and monitoring, explore how to improve your cell assays with a seamless transition to 3D cell models, discover a matrix hydrogel optimized for advanced 3D cell culture applications, and much more.
3D organoid technology holds potential for many biological research applications. Discover how automated tumoroid analysis in combination with Tecan’s Spark® Cyto live-cell imaging plate reader provides a solution.
Molecular Devices describes a method for semi-automated culturing and monitoring of cerebral organoids, as well as the testing of functional neuronal activity by means of recording Ca2+ oscillations.
Learn how to empower your cell based research with GrowDex® Hydrogels by UPM Biomedicals. This resource guides you through transitioning from 2D to 3D cell culture to create human-like 3D cell models with scaffold-based matrices.
Discover the Extragel Matrix from AMSBIO, a like-for-like replacement for Matrigel™, available immediately with overnight shipping. Extragel is an optimized and effective growth scaffold for organoid, pluripotent stem cell, and advanced 3D culture applications. It’s also suitable for PDX transplantation.
Find out what researchers across the globe are saying about the products they use! Yuhong Du, at Emory University, shared this review of the ImageXpress Confocal HT.ai High-Content Imaging System by Molecular Devices.
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