Study of Cancer Cell Malignancy Based on Three-Dimensional Cell Culture Technology

作者: 郭振超 :东南大学生物科学与医学工程学院,江苏 南京;蚌埠学院生物科学与食品工程系,安徽 蚌埠; 张天柱 :东南大学生物科学与医学工程学院,江苏 南京;

关键词: 三维细胞培养肿瘤微环境肿瘤细胞恶性耐药性评价Three-Dimensional Cell Culture Tumor Microenvironment Malignancy of Cancer Cells Drug Resistance Evaluation


Abstract: In order to understand the law of the invasion and metastasis of cancer cells and decrease the malignancy of tumor, three-dimensional culture techniques have been wildly used in tumor cells scientific research. The technology of three-dimensional cell culture is a more convenient and useful technology than traditional two-dimensional culture; it can simulate closer to the cell sur-vival in the real environment. Through three-dimensional culture by simulating tumor microen-vironment, the study of malignant tumor cell differentiation, invasion and metastasis, chemical targeted therapy and drug resistance evaluation in vitro has become a hot research topic in the field of biomedicine today.

文章引用: 郭振超 , 张天柱 (2016) 基于三维培养下的肿瘤细胞恶性研究。 自然科学, 4, 132-136. doi: 10.12677/OJNS.2016.42016


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