Month: May 2021

Femtosecond pulsed laser microscopy: a new tool to assess the in vitro delivered dose of carbon nanotubes in cell culture experiments

Femtosecond pulsed laser microscopy: a new tool to assess the in vitro delivered dose of carbon nanotubes in cell culture experiments

In vitro fashions are extensively used in nanotoxicology. In these assays, a cautious documentation of the fraction of nanomaterials that reaches the cells, i.e. the in vitro delivered dose, is a essential factor for the interpretation of the information. The in vitro delivered dose might be measured by quantifying the quantity of materials in contact …

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3D printing novel in vitro cancer cell culture model systems for lung cancer stem cell study

3D printing novel in vitro cancer cell culture model systems for lung cancer stem cell study

Two-dimensional (2D) in vitro cell cultures and laboratory animals have been used historically because the gold-standard preclinical cancer model systems. However, for cancer stem cell (CSC) research, they exhibit notable limitations on simulating native setting, which depreciate their translatability for medical improvement functions. In this study, totally different three-dimensional (3D) printing platforms have been used …

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