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Cultivate Reality: Cell Culture in 3D Systems
It is well-published by the scientific community that cells cultured in 3D environments, in many cases, better recapitulate the in vivo environment and behaviors of cells. However, it is not a trivial change to move from 2D cell culture conditions to 3D, and not always easy to choose the right system to use. Understanding the key parameters for 2D and 3D cell culture is essential for choosing the appropriate system for the application.
Getting Started in 3D Bioprinting
3D bioprinting is the layer-by-layer printing of living cells, biomaterials, and extracellular matrix components to fabricate 3D tissue constructs in order to precisely mimic or replace native tissue. 3D bioprinting has the potential to solve many critical unmet needs in medical research, with applications in drug discovery, regenerative medicine, and the potential replacement of functional organs and animal-based testing methods. MilliporeSigma has developed ready-to-use 3D printing bioinks that support the growth of living cells. Our bioinks mimic the extracellular matrix environment and promote cell adhesion, proliferation, and differentiation after printing.
Dr. Cornelia Roessler
Following her doctoral thesis at the Institute of Biochemistry in Frankfurt, Dr. Cornelia Roessler started her professional experience at Chemicon International. After several acquisitions and now more than 20 years of experience in the cell culture area she is working as a Technology Manager at MilliporeSigma managing the entire cell culture portfolio for Western Europe.
Dr. Adelina Braun
Dr. Adelina Braun completed her doctorate thesis in Materials Science at Saarland University, Germany. She then gained professional experience at the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre working on nanomaterials research projects. Adelina joined the Life Science Business at MilliporeSigma 8 years ago and manages the Materials Science portfolio for all of Western Europe.
Cell culture and analysis
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