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Explore Lung Organoids

Explore Lung Organoids

Organoid cell culture has transformed cell-based assays in drug discovery, the study of organs for disease modeling and in basic biology by conferring physiologic relevance to in vitro cell-based biological models. Recently, using organoid models to study human airways has become increasingly important for drug and vaccine development and for studying infectious human respiratory diseases such as COVID-19 and respiratory syncytial virus (RSV). Lung organoids also have utility in the study of other lung disorders such as cystic fibrosis and asthma. Additionally they act as a powerful resource in other research areas like cancer, drug toxicity and efficacy studies, as well as other translational and medical research studies.

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Gene Expression and 3D Airway Orgnaoids

See how researchers characterize the gene expression of airway organoids generated from healthy and asthmatic primary bronchial cells.

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COVID-19 Research with Lung Organoids

Human airway epithelial (HAE) cells are commonly used models for studying the respiratory tract, and are now being used the advance the understanding of COVID-19.

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Insights on Cell Culture and SARS-CoV-2

This webinar will summarize insights on how air-liquid interface (ALI) and airway organoid (AO) cultures can be used as experimental virology platforms to study SARS-CoV-2 infectivity and immune responses.

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HUB Organoids and Clinical Outcomes

Discover how HUB organoids are impacting clinical outcomes using organoid models.

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