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Published on Jul 20, 2016
Stem cells have the remarkable ability to self-organize in three-dimensional space into organ-like structures called organoids. Recent technologies have harnessed this property to create organoids from a myriad of tissue and organ sources, both healthy and pathological, providing unique insights into basic developmental biology and disease-specific mechanisms. In this webinar, we discuss the exciting implications for organoids in basic biology, regenerative and personalized medicine while also addressing challenges for the field in accurately recapitulating in vivo complexity as well as crosstalk with other components of the microenvironment. This all-encompassing discussion, featuring leaders who are approaching and using organoid technologies in a broad range of contexts, is brought to you by Cell Press and Bio-Techne.