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Cell cultures in the third dimension

Printable elastic silicone carrier systems for 3D cell cultures

Janis Hildebrand, Dr. Peggy Stock

For chemicals and pharmaceutical products that are brought to the market, meaningful toxicological data needs to be ascertained. While, to the present day, animal experiments play a key role in this task, the challenge is to replace them with high-validity tests carried out in organoid cell culture systems.

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Dr. Peggy Stock

Peggy Stock, born in 1976, studied biology at the Martin Luther University of Halle-W (…)

Janis Hildebrand

Janis Hildebrand, born in 1986, studied medical technology in Jena between 2006 and 2 (…)

Dr. Sven Ehlert

Sven Ehlert, born in 1982, received his doctoral degree in 2014 from the University o (…)

Dr. Hendryk Czech

Hendryk Czech, born in 1988, received his doctoral degree in 2017 from the University (…)

 
 

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