Jeanne Phillips, Ph.D.
For over 30 years, scientists have been culturing cells on permeable supports. This methodology provides a more in vivo-like environment for the cells and enables the researcher to achieve polarized epithelial or endothelial cell cultures, co-culture of cells separated by a porous membrane, migration and invasion analysis, and a multitude of other applications.
This seminar will help researchers: 1. Understand the benefits and limitations of using permeable supports; 2. Select the right inserts for their applications; 3. Provide helpful hings for maximizing cell performance.