Your Guide to Culturing Organoids
Organoids are primary patient-derived micro tissues grown within a three-dimensional extracellular matrix. They offer a better representation of in vivo physiology than existing two-dimensional cell lines; however, organoid culturing requires additional considerations and tissue-specific formulations that may not be available commercially.
This guide equips researchers with a standardized approach for routine handling of organoids, including protocols that can be applied to both normal and diseased tissue from various tissue types.
Download this guide to learn more about:
- How to grow and expand organoids to study cells with complex organization and disease-state phenotypes
- Cryopreservation of organoids and how to thaw them
- Critical parameters for success and how to troubleshoot common problems