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Analysis of Developing Tooth Germ Innervation Using Microfluidic Co-culture Devices

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10.3791/53114-v

August 14th, 2015

August 14th, 2015

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1Institute of Oral Biology, Unit of Orofacial Development and Regeneration, University of Zurich

Co-cultures represent a valuable method to study the interactions between nerves and target tissues and organs. Microfluidic systems allow co-culturing ganglia and whole developing organs or tissues in different culture media, thus representing a valuable tool for the in vitro study of the crosstalk between neurons and their targets.

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Developing Tooth Germ Innervation

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