The use of primary cells as a model system is expanding and so are the protocols in which they are used. Primary cells can more closely mimic an in vivo-like state and generate more physiologically relevant data than immortalized cells. But unlike immortalized cells, primary cells have complex nutritional needs and require optimized growth conditions.
In this webinar you will learn:
- Proven techniques for isolating primary cells from tissues
- The importance of choosing the correct dissociation method
- Troubleshooting techniques for culturing healthier primary cells
- Other topics to be discussed include: