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  • Authors: Ameer, Jimna Mohamed; Venkatesan, Ramesh Babu; Damodaran, Vinod; V, Nishad K.; Arumugam, Sabareeswaran; Asari, Anil Kumar Pallickaveedu Rajan; Kasoju, Naresh (2020)

  • Tissue engineering is emerging as a modern medicine fascination towards the establishment of human tissue banks; yet, these approaches typically involve cultures of only one type of cell and, therefore, do not recapitulate the native tissue physiology in toto. Co-culture models, comprised of different cell types, can potentially create the next level of complexity. However, conventional approaches involving multiple cell types and cell culture inserts do have limitations. To this end, here we demonstrate a novel cell culture insert that allows the use of any custom-made scaffold, free-flow of fluids/gases, dual cell seeding on either sides of the insert, easy stacking of multiple inse...

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  • Fabrication of co-cultured tissue constructs using a dual cell seeding.pdf.jpg
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  • Authors: Ameer, Jimna Mohamed; Venkatesan, Ramesh Babu; Damodaran, Vinod; V, Nishad K.; Arumugam, Sabareeswaran; Asari, Anil Kumar Pallickaveedu Rajan; Kasoju, Naresh (2020)

  • Tissue engineering is emerging as a modern medicine fascination towards the establishment of human tissue banks; yet, these approaches typically involve cultures of only one type of cell and, therefore, do not recapitulate the native tissue physiology in toto. Co-culture models, comprised of different cell types, can potentially create the next level of complexity. However, conventional approaches involving multiple cell types and cell culture inserts do have limitations. To this end, here we demonstrate a novel cell culture insert that allows the use of any custom-made scaffold, free-flow of fluids/gases, dual cell seeding on either sides of the insert, easy stacking of multiple inse...