In vitro human systems are useful tools for drug discovery, toxicology, and pharmacodynamics studies, which provide accurate results more related to human conditions. Creative Biolabs has accumulated extensive experience in the aspect of in vitro study. We offer a variety of solutions for in vitro human systems to facilitate your preclinical research.
In vitro cultured human cell and tissue models can replicate in vivo organ function and interactions among cell types and tissues, which play a significant role in a wide range of in vitro toxicology and pharmacodynamics studies. Compared to animal models, the in vitro human models are more flexible and easier to operate. The whole process of in vitro testing can be monitored and much crucial information can be acquired at multiple time points from a single experiment. Moreover, in vitro human models can eliminate the species-specific differences. The in vitro human models consist of human cells. Studies on in vitro human models yield results more relevant to human conditions rather than those data from animal models.
With the advances in the technology of human cell and tissue culture, in vitro model tools are more popular in a wide of preclinical researches. Creative Biolabs specializes in 2D human cell culture and 3D tissue construction as well as in vitro testing solutions. We offer a full range of in vitro human models to meet your preclinical research.
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Fig.1 Schematic diagrams of the traditional two-dimensional (2D) monolayer cell culture (A) and three typical three-dimensional (3D) cell culture systems: cell spheroids/aggregates grown on matrix (B), cells embedded within matrix (C), or scaffold-free cell spheroids in suspension (D). (Edmondson, 2014)
Leveraging our various in vitro human system models, you can perform:
Creative Biolabs is proud of offering a wide range of solutions for in vitro human system construction and in vitro testing. If you are interested in our service, please don’t hesitate to contact us for more details.