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Culture Methods to Study Apical-Specific Interactions using Intestinal Organoid Models

DOI :

10.3791/62330-v

7:49 min

March 23rd, 2021

March 23rd, 2021

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1STEMCELL Technologies Ltd., 2STEMCELL Technologies Inc., 3Terry Fox Laboratory, BC Cancer

Here we present two protocols that allow the modeling of intestinal apical-specific interactions. Organoid-derived intestinal monolayers and Air-Liquid Interface (ALI) cultures facilitate the generation of well-differentiated epithelia accessible from both luminal and basolateral sides, whereas polarity-inverted intestinal organoids expose their apical side and are amenable to high throughput assays.

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