- Pluripotent stem cells
- Gene editing in hiPS cells
- Beta cells
- Neural stem cells
Organoids are miniaturized, 3D versions of an organ produced from reprogrammed stem cells in the lab. These in vitro culture systems are characterized by the self-organization of multiple, organ-specific cell types into a spatial organization similar to what is observed in vivo. As they are capable of recapitulating some functions of the represented organ, several types of organoids are being explored as model systems for use in a wide range of subjects, including developmental biology, disease pathology, cell biology, precision medicine, and drug toxicity and efficacy testing.
Explore our technical notes to learn more about how our products can be used to create organoids.
Retinal organoid differentiation from iPSCs cultured in the Cellartis DEF-CS 500 Culture System
Learn how the Cellartis DEF-CS 500 Culture System can be used to create retinal organoids.
Liver organoid differentiation from iPSCs (ChiPSC18) using the Cellartis DEF-CS 500 Culture System for prediction of drug-induced liver injury
Learn how the Cellartis DEF-CS 500 Culture System can be used to create liver organoids for use as a model for drug-induced liver injury.
View customer data on how NDiff 227 medium can be used to efficiently generate embryonic organoids that recapitulate key aspects of in vitro mouse post-implantation development.
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