SLAS ELN Reports: Shaking Up 3D Culture — Novel Systems Agitate Cells to Facilitate Cell-Based Screening
From Aug. 24:
For life sciences discovery and technology professionals, working with 3D culture has numerous advantages, including emulation of the in vivo environment; high cell yields from less laboratory space; and a significant reduction in costs of labor and consumables. That's the word from Robin Felder, Ph.D., professor and associate director of clinical chemistry and toxicology at the University of Virginia School of Medicine.
Read more from Felder and Lee L. Rubin, Ph.D., Harvard Department of Stem Cell and Regenerative Biology, in the
SLAS Electronic Laboratory Neighborhood
e-zine feature article.
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