Pradip S. Thakuri

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Spheroids present a biologically relevant model of avascular tumors and a unique tool for discovery of anti-cancer drugs. Despite being used in research laboratories for several decades, spheroids are not routinely used for drug discovery primarily due to the difficulty of mass-producing uniformly-sized spheroids and intense labor involved in handling, drug(More)
A major impediment to anti-cancer drug development is the lack of a reliable and inexpensive tumor model to test the efficacy of candidate compounds. This need has emerged due to the insufficiency of widely-used monolayer cultures to predict drug efficacy in vivo. Spheroids, 3D compact clusters of cancer cells, mimic important characteristics of tumors and(More)
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