Tissue Engineering Publication Features InSphero Cardiac Microtissues

Tissue Engineering Publication Features InSphero Cardiac Microtissues

 

A recent paper from our collaborators at Bern University Hospital and Cellular Dynamics International (CDI), published in Tissue Engineering Part C: Methods, compares cardiomyocytes derived from iPSCs grown in traditional 2D cell culture to 3D cardiac microtissues formed using InSphero hanging drop technology. Their results show that 3D cardiac microtissues are free of necrosis and recapitulate vital cardiac functions, making them an ideal model system for testing new therapeutic strategies and detecting cardiotoxicity. 



Learn more about novel applications of 3D cardiac microtissues in development at InSphero:

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