18.04.-22.04.2015 - AACR 2015 - Philadelphia, PA, USA

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Meet InSphero at the 2015 AACR Annual Meeting - Booth #1351

Meet the InSphero team in Philadelphia at the AACR Annual Meeting being held at the Pennsylvania Convention Center.  This year's meeting offers plenty of opportunities to learn more about our industry-leading 3D microtissue models, cell based assays, and imaging solutions for more biologically relevant safety and efficacy testing, including: 

  • Discover how the InSphero GravityTRAPTM ULA Plate (Coming Soon) and GravityPLUSTM 3D Culture and Assay Platform facilitate high-throughput, automation-compatible production and assessment of scaffold-free 3D spheroids
  • Learn how the SCREEN Cell3iMager enables fast, label-free phenotypic screening of 3D spheroid growth and morphology
  • Use our 3D InSightTM Tumor-stromal co-culture models, Liver Microtissues, and Pancreatic Microislets, to deliver more predictive, biologically relevant in vitro assessment of efficacy, toxicity and disease modeling. 
  • Learn how we've partnered with industy-leading cell-based assay and imaging providers to develop 3D-optimized protocols to help you make the most of your 3D cell culture
  • See how our 3D experts can customize a contract research project to meet your needs

 

Scaffold-free 3D Cell Culture

Gravity PLUS 3d cell culture kits

3D cell culture made easy

SCREEN Cell3iMager

Cell3iMager

 Rapidly monitor spheroid growth

Tumor Microtissues

3D InSight microtissues drug discovery

Assay-ready tumor spheroid and co-culture models

Poster Presentations

Development of a novel 3D cancer model by cultivation of malignant effusions in a 3D cell culture system
(presented by Dr. Arno Amann, Medical University Innsbruck)
Session: 3D Cultures and Tissue/Organoid Models
Abstract #316, Section #14, Poster #15
Sunday, April 19: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Differences in RNA expression and chemosensitivity in 2D versus 3D non-small-cell lung cancer cultures
(presented by Dr. Gabriele Gamerith, Medical University Innsbruck)
Session: 3D Cultures and Tissue/Organoid Models
Abstract #326, Secton #14, Poster #25
Sunday, April 19: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Three-dimensional microtissues as phenotypic screening model to identify radiation modifiers for breast cancer
(presented by Dr. Natasa Anastasov of the Helmholz Zentrum München)
Session: Translational Radiation Oncology Session
Abstract #1810, Section #33, Poster #23
Monday, April 20: 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Generation of 3D-microtissues suitable for drug screening with lentivirally GFP-labelled CD44+CD24- breast cancer cells enriched by irradiation
(presented by Dr. Ines Höfig of the Helmholz Zentrum München)
Session: Cancer Stem Cell Identification
Abstract #1408, Section #15, Poster #20
Monday, April 20: 08:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Win a $300 AACR Meeting Travel Grant!

SOT ObstacleCourse

Maneuver our robotic 3D tumor "oncosphere" through the oncology obstacle course, and you could win a $300 travel award to an upcoming AACR meeting, or great discounts on 3D cell culture products.  Join us at booth 1351 for your chance to win!

Register at the official meeting site.

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