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Organoids - Stem Cells, Structure, and Function

One of the challenges in understanding human disease is the lack of models that accurately recapitulate key architecture and function of 3-dimensional organs in a tissue culture setting. Organoids are proving to be the technological advance that is filling this unmet need. Organoid platforms are transforming science and medicine. Kursad Turksen, editor of a recently published book for the series, Methods in Molecular Biology, called "Organoids - stem cell, structure, function", has compiled representative protocols that show the exciting advances that have been made over the last several years in the organoid field. This is an excellent resource and point of reference for this field. Chapter

Emerging Technologies in Organoid Research: Method-focused organoid workshop

The Monash BDI Organoid Program is hosting a FREE one-day workshop focused on Emerging Technologies in Organoid Research to be held at the Monash University, Clayton Campus on Tuesday, 26th November (see flyer). The content for this workshop has been developed based on the requests and enquiries from a number of key groups who are currently working with organoids, as well as those who are interested in learning how to utilise organoid technology for their own research questions. Sessions will include: · Fundamental organoid culture technologies · Modelling cancer using organoids · Infection and immunity (including co-culture) · Advanced organoid technologies (including imaging, drug scre

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