In the realm of regenerative medicine and biological research, stem cell-derived organoids have emerged as miniature marvels. These tiny, three-dimensional structures, cultivated from stem cells, offer an astonishing glimpse into the intricate world of human tissue development and disease modeling.
Space exploration has always captured the human imagination, and as we venture beyond our planet, the study of human physiology in microgravity environments has become increasingly vital. 3D organoids, miniature organ models grown from human cells, are invaluable tools in
Spheroid culture has found applications in the field of environmental toxicology as a valuable tool for assessing the effects of environmental contaminants, pollutants, and chemicals on biological systems. The spheroid cell culture approach provides several advantages for toxicological studies related to
Bioreactor systems play a crucial role in tissue engineering by providing a controlled and dynamic environment for the growth and development of engineered tissues. These systems mimic the physiological conditions necessary for tissue formation, ensuring that the cells receive adequate
The remarkable advancements in organoid technology, initially developed to model human tissues, are transcending species boundaries and ushering in a new era of veterinary and animal research. This article delves into the expanding realm of organoids in veterinary and animal research,
The emergence of organoid technology has opened new frontiers in biomedical research, offering unprecedented insights into human development, disease modeling, and drug testing. However, with these exciting advancements come complex ethical and legal considerations that must be carefully navigated (1,2,3,4). Informed