There is no single “one size fits all” cell-based assay however 3D cell cultures have been shown to be more physiologically relevant in oncology, immune oncology and other fields.
During this webinar, Dr. Suzanne Riches highlights a variety of approaches for conducting virology assays in a high-throughput format.
Available on demand. In this informational webinar, Dr. Dmitry Kuksin, Nexcelom Senior Scientist, examines specific virology related assays such as plaque and foci formation, as well as antibody neutralization.
Webinar on Demand: Role of Aneuploidy and DNA Damage in the Onset of Human Solid Tumors – Lessons from Mouse Models of Chromosome Losses
Available on demand. During this webinar, Dr. Thomas will share his research in cancer biology related to DNA damage in the onset of solid tumors.
In this webinar, we highlight a variety of assays to support the development of cell therapies for solid tumors.
Celigo Training Webinar - Apoptosis Detection with Annexin V Assay
This webinar presents information specifically developed for breweries and reviews various detection methods – both traditional methods and the Cellometer image cytometry methods, to see advantages/disadvantages of each.
Rapid yeast viability detection method in complex brewing samples using the Cellometer X2 Image Cytometry
This webinar reviews yeast viability, and specifically addresses challenges that arise when working with complex or messy samples.
Webinar: The crucial need for accurate and consistent cell counting methods for development and manufacturing of CAR-T under GMP/GLP conditions.
Recent publications have suggested that using 3D tumor spheroids is a more predictive model for preclinical research. Nexcelom Bioscience has developed a standardized microplate method for rapid generation, imaging and analysis of 3D tumor spheroids using the Celigo image cytometer. 40 cancer cell lines' ability to form spheroids, optimal seeding densities and culture conditions have been established. Protocols measuring tumor growth, viability, migration and invasion have been utilized by many researchers for routine preclinical drug studies. If you are interested to learn more about how your research might benefit from working with 3D tumor spheroids, this is a great place to start! [...]