Replay: Using Organoids for COVID-19 Disease Models and Organoid Best Practices

Presented by

Shuibing Chen, Ph.D,Weill Cornell Medicine | Austin Mogen, Ph.D,Senior Field Application Scientist

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3D cell culture techniques are emerging as versatile and biologically relevant research models to help support the current fight against COVID-19. Learn how a research team from Weill Cornell Medicine developed a lung organoid model using human pluripotent stem cells (hPSC-LOs) as well as complementary hPSC-derived colonic organoids (hPSC-COs) to study SARS-CoV-2 infectivity and immune responses, and as tools for antiviral drug discovery and development. You'll also learn technologies, methods, and best practices for culturing organoids
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