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Three domensional human organotypic models for biomedical research

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Year: [2021]
Publisher: Cham, Springer Nature Switzerland AG
Media group: Serien
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This edited volume discusses the application of very diverse human organotypic models in major areas of biomedical research. The authors lay a main focus on infectious diseases, cancer, allergies, as well as drug/vaccine discovery and toxicology studies. Representing a valid alternative to laboratory animals, these models are relevant for most areas of translational research. As the contemporary research shows, many human tissues can today be cultivated in vitro and used for several research objectives.
This book provides an unprecedented overview of recent developments in an exciting field of research methodology. It is a reference guide for scientists in both academia and industry. Readers can update their knowledge and get hands-on recommendations on how to set up an organotypic model in their lab.
 
Chapters 'Progress on Reconstructed Human Skin Models for Allergy Research and Identifying Contact Sensitizers' and 'Human Organotypic Models for Anti-infective Research' of this book are available open access under a CC BY 4.0 license at link.springer.com.

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Statement of Responsibility: Fabio Bagnoli, Rino Rappuoli, editors
Year: [2021]
Publisher: Cham, Springer Nature Switzerland AG
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Classification: Search for this systematic MB-40, ZB-90
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ISBN: 9783030624514
ISBN (2nd): 303062451X
Description: viii, 264 Seiten, Diagramme
Tags: Immunbiologie, Medizinische Mikrobiologie
Participating parties: Search for this character Bagnoli, Fabio (editor); Rappuoli, Rino (editor)
Language: Englisch
Original title: Three dimensional human organotypic models for biomedical research
Media group: Serien