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Use of the EpiAirway Model for Characterizing Long-term Host-pathogen Interactions

DOI :

10.3791/3261-v

September 2nd, 2011

September 2nd, 2011

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1Division of Basic Medical Sciences, Mercer University School of Medicine

This method allows characterization of extended bacterial co-culture with EpiAirways, primary human respiratory epithelial tissue grown at the air-liquid interface, a biologically relevant in vitro model. The approach can be used with any microbe that is amenable to long-term co-culture.

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