MINNEAPOLIS, Sept. 29, 2016 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- BRTI Life Sciences a Minnesota - basedcompany, recently published a journal article entitled "3D Cell Culture in a Self Assembled Nanofiber Environment" by Chai et al.† The article demonstrates how BRTI's Cell-Mate3D(TM) matrix technology can be used to create 3D cultures for tumor modeling
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The artice also describes the properties of the matrix, and how the martix is formed through poly-electrolytic-complexing between two biopolymers, hyaluronic acid and chitosan.† Please visit http://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0162853 to view the article.
About PLOS ONE
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About BRTI Life Sciences
Bioactive Regenerative Therapeutics, Inc. (dba: BRTI Life Sciences) offers biomedical researchers chemically defined, tissue-like, and injectable 3D cell culture matrices.† The BRTI biomimetic matrix technologies are translatable and create an ideal cell microenvironment for applications in regenerative medicine, disease modeling, and cancer research.† Cell-Mate3D(TM) is commercially available in kit form.† Information and pricing can be found at www.BRTILifeSciences.com or by contacting:† Scott Brush, VP Sales and Marketing 1-855-849-2784.
Media Contact: Scott Brush, BRTI Life Sciences, 855-849-2784, sbrush@BRTILifeSciences.com
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