Skin is the primary focus of cosmetic research. Since the European Union banned animal testing of cosmetics completely in 2013, three-dimensional skin models have been used to evaluate epidermal and dermal responses to cosmetic formulations. Such models provide a reliable tool to assess the functionality and safety of new cosmetic products.
It’s the forbidden word in cell culture. It’s every cell culturist’s worst nightmare, or at least it should be. Mycoplasma…
(HUVEC) are isolated from the vein of the umbilical cord and are commonly used for physiological and pharmacological investigations, such as macromolecule transport, blood coagulation, angiogenesis, and fibrinolysis.
In the cancer stem cell model of tumors, cancer stem cells (CSC) are defined as a small subset of malignant cells with the exclusive ability to self-renew and maintain the tumor. They can differentiate into a heterogeneous mass of non-tumourigenic cancer cell types, which usually constitute the majority of the tumour. These cells also have the ability to produce metastasis.
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