3-D Culture is an innovative approach to modeling the morphological effects of oncogenesis and development using three-dimensional microenvironments. Extracellular matrix proteins form hydrogels under physiological conditions that mimic the cell environment in vivo, and as a result, these cells assume structural and functional characteristics of their emanating tissues. The 3-D Culture Matrix Coated 96 Well Plate (3445-096-CP) from Trevigen is coated with a reconstituted basement membrane matrix to provide the environment that is common for epithelial or endothelial cell types. This plate provides a convenient, standardized, physiologically predictive format for evaluating the pharmacological effects of compounds for these cell culture models.
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