oa CSIR Science Scope - Challenging the tradition of 2D cell culturing : opportunities

Volume 6, Issue 3
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Cells are cultured in laboratories around the world every day. They are typically used in a large number of applications, including screening of new drug-leads, cytotoxicity testing of new biomaterials or chemicals, cancer research, stem cell research, tissue engineering, gene therapy, and for the production of cell culture products such as vaccines, hormones, enzymes, antibodies, and other therapeutics. Can it be done reliably in 3D, on a large scale, with minimal damage to harvested cells?

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