3D Cell Culture

@inproceedings{Haycock20113DCC,
  title={3D Cell Culture},
  author={W John Haycock.},
  booktitle={Methods in Molecular Biology},
  year={2011}
}
Cell culture in two dimensions has been routinely and diligently undertaken in thousands of laboratories worldwide for the past four decades. However, the culture of cells in two dimensions is arguably primitive and does not reproduce the anatomy or physiology of a tissue for informative or useful study. Creating a third dimension for cell culture is clearly more relevant, but requires a multidisciplinary approach and multidisciplinary expertise. When entering the third dimension, investigators… CONTINUE READING

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