Date: Wed, Feb. 27, 2019
Time: 10 AM (CET)
A standard 2D static in-vitro models is not representative of the reality. This is well known and it is more than accepted if the goal is the estimation of an in-vitro model to mimic a tumor environment. The use of chambers in oncology for instance allows to develop advanced in-vitro models to mimic the tumor environment, test the effects of an antitumor compound as well as evaluate the interactions between healthy and disease tissues.