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Infographic: Generating Hundreds of 3D Organoid Images per Hour
By modifying a technique used to image single cells, researchers have managed to generate a super-resolution 3D image of a complete organoid in just seven seconds.
Infographic: Generating Hundreds of 3D Organoid Images per Hour
Infographic: Generating Hundreds of 3D Organoid Images per Hour

By modifying a technique used to image single cells, researchers have managed to generate a super-resolution 3D image of a complete organoid in just seven seconds.

By modifying a technique used to image single cells, researchers have managed to generate a super-resolution 3D image of a complete organoid in just seven seconds.

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Expert JeWell-ry Designers
Natalia Mesa, PhD | Oct 17, 2022 | 3 min read
Analyzing organoids has proven slow and cumbersome for scientists. But a new technique may speed things up, producing 3D images of hundreds of organoids per hour.
a section of a rat brain is imaged in dull green. a much brighter green human organoid takes up a large portion of the left side of the brain.
Researchers Transplant Human Neurons into Rat Brains
Katherine Irving | Oct 12, 2022 | 2 min read
The human cells, engineered to respond to blue light, influenced rat behavior when stimulated.
Patient-derived colon organoids from a healthy individual
Generating Mini-Guts for Drug Screening
The Scientist Creative Services Team and MilliporeSigma | 4 min read
Human gut organoids facilitate precise disease modeling and power high-throughput drug development efforts.
Illustration of a human and Neanderthal skull side by side.
Mutation Linked to Difference Between Human and Neanderthal Brains
Dan Robitzski | Sep 9, 2022 | 5 min read
A single amino acid substitution in a protein causes increased neuron production in the frontal lobes of humans compared to Neanderthals—a tiny difference that could have given our species a cognitive edge, researchers say.
Fluorescent microscopy of a healthy intestinal organoid and a tumor spheroid
Internal Clock Disruptions Increase Colon Cancer Risk in Mice
Shafaq Zia | Aug 19, 2022 | 3 min read
Disturbing circadian rhythms in organoids and mice increases intestinal tumor growth, findings that may explain a recent rise in colon cancer among young adults, the researchers behind the work say.
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The Importance of Growth Factor Quality in Organoid Cultures
The Scientist Creative Services Team and Sino Biological | 3 min read
Optimizing organoid growth using pure, highly active, and consistent growth factors.
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Three Autism-Linked Genes Converge on Tweaks to Cells’ Timing
Angie Voyles Askham, Spectrum | Feb 3, 2022 | 3 min read
The genes are involved in pacing the development of inhibitory and excitatory neurons. An imbalance in these two types of signaling is thought to play a role in autism.
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Human Stem Cell Research Guidelines Updated
Ruth Williams | May 26, 2021 | 5 min read
Removal of the 14-day limit for culturing human embryos is one of the main changes in the revised recommendations from the International Society for Stem Cell Research.
Capturing Brain Complexity in Assembloids 
Capturing Brain Complexity in Assembloids
The Scientist Creative Services Team | 1 min read
In this webinar, Jimena Andersen and Jens Schwamborn will describe the next-generation brain organoids that combine multiple brain regions and cell types in 3D cultures.
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New Report Dissects Ethics of Emerging Human Brain Cell Models
Amanda Heidt | Apr 12, 2021 | 5 min read
The National Academies’ report touches on ethical issues raised by new technologies such as brain organoids and human-animal chimeras, and suggests that current regulatory oversight is sufficient.
Organoids Repair Bile Ducts
Abby Olena, PhD | Feb 18, 2021 | 4 min read
Researchers determined that when introduced into damaged mouse or donated human livers, these lab-grown tissues could integrate into bile ducts and function normally.
A Brief History of Stem Cells
Scientific Breakthroughs with Stem Cells
Nele Haelterman, PhD | 1 min read
Discover the various ways scientists bolster stem cells to understand and cure disease.
Gene-Edited Organoids Explore Neanderthal Brain Function
Jef Akst | Feb 12, 2021 | 3 min read
Using CRISPR to swap an archaic variant of the NOVA1 gene into human stem cells, researchers create organoids with neurodevelopmental differences from those carrying modern DNA.
The Many Model Systems of COVID-19
Abby Olena, PhD | Nov 4, 2020 | 7 min read
Researchers turn to familiar model animals, along with some fresh strategies, to develop countermeasures against SARS-CoV-2 and investigate the biology of infection.
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Brush Up: What Are Organoids and How Are They Made?
Jennifer Zieba, PhD | 5 min read
Miniaturized, in vitro versions of organs provide insights into disease and development.
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SARS-CoV-2 Can Infect Human Brain Organoids
Katarina Zimmer | Jul 9, 2020 | 5 min read
The results are a proof-of-concept that the novel coronavirus can replicate in neurons, but it’s too soon to say whether this occurs in people with COVID-19.
Zika as Cancer Buster?
Amy Schleunes | Apr 1, 2020 | 2 min read
By infecting glioblastoma cells but not healthy brain tissue, some form of the virus could serve a therapeutic purpose.
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In Love with the Shape of You: Physical Scaffolding Defines Organoid Patterning
Sejal Davla, PhD | 3 min read
Controlling a growing tissue’s shape achieves deterministic and uniform patterning in intestinal organoids.
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Snake Venom Gland Organoids Produce Functional Toxins
Amy Schleunes | Jan 24, 2020 | 2 min read
Stem cells from nine snake species respond to tissue culturing techniques previously used only on mouse and human stem cells.
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