Three scientists describe how they use the RAFTTM 3D Cell Culture System for the creation of different complex tissue models.
Hosted by Biotechniques, Produced with Support from Lonza
Researchers have been touting the virtues of 3D cell culture over traditional 2D culture for years. But what are the differences between cells grown in 2D and 3D, and how do these differences impact your experiments?
In this webinar three experts describe how they use the RAFTTM 3D Cell Culture System for the creation of different complex tissue models. The speakers also highlight key differences between 2D and 3D cell culture systems when analyzing cellular properties and functions.
Watch this webinar and learn about:
How to establish RAFTTM 3D Cell Culture assays in your own lab
Tips and techniques for how to analyze RAFTTM 3D Cell Cultures
Efforts to perform tumor killing assays of cancer cells
Development of a physiologically relevant 3D colorectal cancer model
Brad Larson, BioTek Instruments
Tarig Magdeldin, PhD, Weill Cornell Medical College
Jenny Schroeder, PhD, Lonza Cologne GmbH
Patrick C.H. Lo, PhD, Senior Editor, BioTechniques
The RAFTTM System is a simple-to-use 3D cell culture system that enables the production of robust, reproducible 3D cultures in less than an hour. It creates cell cultures inside a high-density collagen scaffold that more closely mimics the natural environment of cells.