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Affordable Oxygen Microscopy-Assisted Biofabrication of Multicellular Spheroids

DOI :

10.3791/63403-v

13:21 min

April 6th, 2022

April 6th, 2022

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1Tissue Engineering and Biomaterials Group, Department of Human Structure and Repair, Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences, Ghent University, 2Health and Happiness (H&H) Group, National Food Innovation Hub, 3Institute of Analytical Chemistry and Food Chemistry, Graz University of Technology

The protocol describes high-throughput spheroid generation for bioprinting using the multi-parametric analysis of their oxygenation and cell death on a standard fluorescence microscope. This approach can be applied to control the spheroids viability and perform standardization, which is important in modeling 3D tissue, tumor microenvironment, and successful (micro)tissue biofabrication.

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