Monday, 27 June 2022, 14:00-16:30
Thursday, 30 June 2022, 9:00-11:30
EpiIntestinal is an in vitro tissue model generated from healthy human cells that mimics morphology and physiology of intestinal epithelium. It has been used in many areas to study the functions associated with small intestine including toxicity, drug and nutrient absorption and metabolism, gastrointestinal infection, basic handling of the model, including the cultivation techniques, measurement of barrier integrity, test article application, setup of permeation assay and tissue to practice the demonstrated techniques with actual tissue models. The workshop is suitable for those who have an experience with other in vitro models as well using the in vitro models in their research.
Example of HE-stained histology of two version of EpiIntestinal reconstructed tissue model EpiIntestinal (left) and EpiIntestinal FT (right).
There are two workshop timeslots available:
To attend the workshop you need to register. Please, note the capacity is limited (30 pax for each workshop).