3D in vitro Products from Microplates to Assay-ready Microtissues
Your market-leading technologies for robust and reliable 3D spheroid and organoid assays, from 3D cell-culture microplates to assay-ready spheroids.
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Pharmaceutical Success Stories: Hear from Satisfied Customers
Will Proctor, Alison Foster, Simon Messner, Dominic Williams and several other notable experts
A landmark Archives of Toxicology article, “Utility of spherical human liver microtissues for prediction of clinical drug-induced liver injury” by our collaborators in the field, highlights the advantages of using 3D InSight™ Human Liver Microtissues for DILI prediction.
Senior Scientist at Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Basel using the Akura™ 96 Spheroid Plate
I would highly recommend using Akura™ Plates due to the simplicity of use in many aspects of 3D cell culture. Their unique well geometry and the SureXchange™ ledge facilitate many procedures that must be performed on an almost daily basis, among which are spheroid seeding, medium exchange, imaging, spheroid picking, or biochemical assays. Through the straightforward use of the Akura™ Plates, handling steps can more easily be standardized among different lab members, which ultimately leads to more consistent and reliable experimentation.
Postdoctoral Researcher from IUF – Leibniz Research Institute for Environmental Medicine testing the Incubox™
We have been using the Incubox™ for a few weeks and the results are very good. We no longer have any edge effects in our culture plates.
Postdoctoral Researcher from Erasmus MC testing the Akura™ 96 Spheroid Plate:
We are using the Akura 96 well plates to aggregate liver (HEPG2) and bone (SaOS-2, MG63) spheroids. We really enjoy working with the Akura™ 96 Plates because they facilitate handling and reduce errors. Especially the several medium changes during long-term experiments can be quite challenging with spheroids because other plates do not allow you to remove all of the medium without risking to touch, break or accidently remove the spheroid as well. This is also a big plus for drug intervention studies.
Our portfolio of 3D microtissues models and assay services for drug discovery and safety testing are also available through the Science Exchange marketplace for outsourced R&D.
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