Culturing and Characterising Organoids – What Do We Need to Know?

Organoids are cell-derived, 3D in vitro models that are cultured to recapitulate structural and functional aspects of the in vivo tissue they are intended to represent. Organoids are not new to research labs, although there has been much hype about them in recent...
What’s All the Fuss About Organoids?

What’s All the Fuss About Organoids?

In the modern fast-paced worlds of research and medicine, disease models that take us closer to the real-life situation are highly desirable. While we can’t discredit the power of in vitro cell...

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Can Genetics Explain Schizophrenia?

Can Genetics Explain Schizophrenia?

In one of our recent posts, we addressed the types of genetic variability that exist in humans and why a greater understanding of these is critical in diagnostics, for predicting our response to new...

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