Because it exposes one side of the culture to liquid media and surrounds the other with air, Air-liquid Interface (ALI) is ideal for studying respiratory tract epithelial cells, which interact with both liquid and air. Corning is pleased to offer a collection of ALI citations and articles to support powerful, in vivo studies.
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- A Powerful Tool for the Study of Airway Biology: Human Tracheobronchial Epithelial Model Grown at the Air-liquid Interface
- Development of an Air-Liquid Interface Model using Primary Human Bronchial Epithelial Cells and HTS Transwell®-24 Permeable Supports from Corning
- Human Airway Epithelial Cell Culture and COVID-19 Research