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Spheroid Culture in Cancer Research

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Published by Informa Healthcare .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Medical research,
  • Oncology,
  • Models, Biological,
  • Cancer Treatment,
  • Medical / Nursing,
  • Health/Fitness,
  • Medical / Oncology,
  • Cell interaction,
  • Cancer cells,
  • Growth,
  • Spheroidal state

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages352
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8260845M
    ISBN 100849364337
    ISBN 109780849364334


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Spheroid Culture in Cancer Research by Rolf Bjerkvig Download PDF EPUB FB2

Spheroid Culture in Cancer Research describes the various techniques now available for establishing spheroid tissue culture, including spheroid culture from normal tissues and from tumor cell lines.

The book also describes how the spheroid system can be used to Cited by:   Spheroid Culture in Cancer Research describes the various techniques now available for establishing spheroid tissue culture, including spheroid culture from normal tissues and from tumor cell lines.

The book also describes how the spheroid system can be used to study interactions between normal and malignant cells. "Spheroid Culture in Cancer Research describes the various techniques now available for establishing spheroid tissue culture, including spheroid culture from normal tissues and from tumor cell lines.

The book also describes how the spheroid system can be used to. Author(s): Bjerkvig,Rolf Title(s): Spheroid culture in cancer research editor, Rolf Bjerkvig.

Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Boca Raton: CRC Press, c Description: p. : ill. Short-term spheroid culture of primary colorectal cancer cells as an in vitro model for personalizing cancer medicine.

Chemotherapy treatment of cancer remains a challenge due to the molecular and functional heterogeneity displayed by tumours originating from the same cell type. The pronounced heterogeneity makes it difficult for oncologists to devise an effective therapeutic strategy for the by: This method of culturing spheroids composed of cells derived from cancer tissues can be applied to Spheroid Culture in Cancer Research book types of cancer, including urothelial cancer.

The method is based on the principle of. The MCTSs were composed of cancer cells, vascular endothelial cells, and type I collagen matrix to mimic the in vivo tumor microenvironment (TME). Cell culture medium was perfused to the microfluidic device loaded with MCTSs by a passive fluidic pump at a constant flow rate.

The use of spheroids in cancer research. Cancer is perhaps one of the most widely studied diseases in the world, yet it continues to baffle researchers.

The complex nature and Spheroid Culture in Cancer Research book of cancer cells makes them extremely tricky to study, but in recent years, a multicellular tumor spheroid (MCTS) model has become a commonly adopted method in cancer ted Reading Time: 2 mins.

This review attempts to summarize the various 3D culture systems, with an emphasis on the most well characterized and widely applied model - multicellular tumor spheroids. This review also highlights the various techniques to generate tumor spheroids, methods to characterize them, and its applicability in cancer by: Bjerkvig R.

Spheroid culture in cancer research. CRC Press Book. Jan ; Our recent studies in Cancer Research and Autophagy show that degradation of key active proteins such as RHOA-GTP.

Primary culture of cancer cells is expected to be useful for investigating the biology of cancer and predicting chemosensitivity for individual patients, yet has been hampered by technical difficulties.

We recently developed the cancer tissueoriginated spheroid (CTOS) method for the primary culture of colorectal cancer by:   Spheroids are recognized for replicating the physiological microenvironment of tumours. However, because of the lack of controllability of the spheroid size, the response to anticancer drugs is variable in conventional spheroid culture methods.

In this paper, we describe a method to generate several hundreds of spheroids of various types of cancer cells including patient derived cancer cells. Abstract. Culture of cells as three-dimensional (3D) aggregates can enhance in vitro tests for basic biological research as well as for therapeutics development.

Such 3D culture models, however, are often more complicated, cumbersome, and expensive than two-dimensional (2D) cultures. This paper describes a well format hanging drop culture plate that makes spheroid formation, culture, and. Detachment and the formation of spheroids under microgravity conditions can be observed with various types of intrinsically adherent human cells.

In particular, for cancer cells this process mimics metastasis and may provide insights into cancer biology and progression that can be used to identify new drugtarget combinations for future by: 5.

The biological findings coming from the culture of Calu-3 cells in ultralow shear stress dynamic suspension confirm that with the use of the presented device (1) suspension is ensured (no sedimentation was observed), (2) the formation of functional 3D cell spheroids with active intercellular connection is promoted (Figs (Figs5 5 and and6), 6), and (3) a culture environment is established that, in comparison to the static suspension control, increases spheroid.

Patient-derived, three-dimensional spheroid cultures provide a versatile translational model for the study of organ-confined prostate cancer | SpringerLink. Patient-derived, three-dimensional spheroid cultures provide a versatile translational model for the study of organ-confined prostate cancer.

Download by: 6. Spheroid Culture In Cancer Research|Rolf Bjerkvig, Krylov Solvers for Linear Algebraic Systems: Krylov Solvers|Charles George Broyden, [(A Georgian Reader: With Texts, Translation and Vocabulary)] [Author: B. Hewitt] published on (December, )|B10().

Spheroid culture has recently received a great deal of attention in stem cell and cancer studies [1,2]. Unlike 2D monolayer culture, spheroid culture can more accurately mimic the in vivo microenvironments and more easily avoid unnatural adhesion of cells to material surfaces.

In anti-cancer research, for example. Thus, the spheroid culture is a promising technique for tissue engineering research, pharmacological and toxicological studies, and fundamental studies in cell biology. Because the spheroids are cell clumps, the inside and the outside of the spheroid are characterized by distinct biochemical interactions and parameters.

MultiCellular Tumor Spheroids (MCTS), which mimic the 3-Dimensional (3D) organization of a tumor, are considered as better models than conventional cultures in 2-Dimensions (2D) to study cancer cell biology and to evaluate the response to chemotherapeutic drugs.

A real time and quantitative follow-up of MCTS with simple and robust readouts to evaluate drug efficacy is still missing. Developed RCC cell line 3D culture system enables effective drug testing, including tyrosine kinase inhibitor anti-cancer cell toxicity. To induce formation of 3D spheroids by RCC cell lines, StemXvivo and NutriStem media must be used.

Like any emerging technology, 3D cell culture has advanced in several directions, most notably as 3D suspended cultures, known as spheroids and organoids. As 3D culture has grown in popularity, the terms spheroid and organoid have been used interchangeably; however, the differences between these culture types are significant.

Multicellular tumor spheroids depict a reproduction of small avascular tumors in vitro [ 35, 36 ]. Despite the advantages of spheroids and their establishment in cancer research, monolayer cell cultures remain the method of choice for many anticancer drug screens [ 32 ].

Presented By:Clarissa Willers, PhD - Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Pharmacen, Centre of Excellence for Pharmaceutical Sciences, North-West University, Potch. Tumor spheroids are able to meticulously reproduce the core properties of solid human tumors. They can be derived from cancer cell lines and may have the potential to function as mediators for 2D culturing models and for in vivo tissue xenografts.

Tumor spheroids produced from permanent cancer cell lines are known to be avascular. Cindy Neely highlights how you can grow cancer spheroid cultures with ease and consistency using Thermo ScientificNunclon Sphera products.

Learn why these. Figure 3: Ki67 immunochemistry staining of a spheroid slice (PiCa). The periphery of the culture shows much higher proliferation rates than central cells, mimicking nutrient distribution in solid mucosal tumors that often show necrotic cores. This figure is reprinted from Hagemann, J.

et al. 26, with permission granted by authors and journal. Positron emission tomography (PET) is suggested for early monitoring of treatment response, assuming that effective anticancer treatment induces metabolic changes that precede morphology alterations and changes in growth.

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