The development of three-dimensional (3D) cell cultures has provided new tools for basic research and pre-clinical approaches, allowing the culture of cancer cells under conditions that closely resemble tumor growth in a living organism.
Join us in a conversation with Dominika Czaplinska and Roxane Crouigneau from the Department of Biology, University of Copenhagen,
who will provide an overview of the main 3D techniques used in their lab, including generation of spheroids, cysts, organoids and microfluidics technology.
They will discuss the advantages and limitations of the classic 3D models as well as recent advances in 3D culture techniques, focusing on how these culture methods have been used to study cancer progression.
Dominika Czaplinska, PhD
Roxane Crouigneau, PhD