Designed for Purpose – Complex Liver Cell Cultures for Improving In Vitro Hepatotoxicity Testing
This webinar explores how scientists can improve the physiological relevance of their in vitro liver models, while ensuring the complexity of cultures is kept to a minimum, saving laboratories both time and money.
Dr. Stephen Ferguson, a leading researcher at the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS), discusses how liver cells assembled in 3D spheroids produce highly differentiated functionality and utility for toxicology screening.
Engineering Culture Platforms to Mimic Liver Diseases
Learn from Dr. Salman Khetani, University of Illinois at Chicago, how multiple liver cell-types including hepatocytes, Kupffer, stellate, and endothelial cells can be engineered together to model human liver disease phenotypes in culture.