11. The Effect of Hypoxic and Normoxic Culturing Conditions in Different Breast Cancer 3D Model Systems

Publication showing that cells cultured on patient-derived scaffolds closely resembled cells cultured on 3D printed scaffolds, contrasting 2D and Matrigel-cultured cells, regardless of a normoxic [...]

10. -5-fluorouracil-treatment-of-patient-derived-scaffolds-from-colorectal-cancer-reveal-clinically-critical-information

New publication showing how individual patient specific microenvironments influence the chemotherapy response in colorectal cancer. [...]


Published patent application for the use of patient derived scaffolds within immune-oncology The patent application covers the use of cell-free scaffolds  as a predictive tool in assessing cancer [...]

SLAS podcast on pre-clinical drug screening

Iscaffpharma interviewed on the importance of human microenvironment for pre-clinical drug screening. Listen here

8. 3D printed nanocellulose scaffolds as a cancer cell culture model system


6. Optimized alginate-based 3D printed scaffolds as a model of patient derived breast cancer microenvironments in drug discovery

Alginate-based 3D printed scaffolds used as a model of patient derived breast cancer micro-environments in drug discovery. [...]

Vernadsky challenge

5. Patient-derived scaffolds influence secretion profiles in cancer cells mirroring clinical features and breast cancer subtypes

PDSs repopulated with cancer cells can be used to assess how cancer secretion is effected by specific and varying microenvironments. Read full article here See information video   [...]

4. Breast cancer patient-derived scaffolds as a tool to monitor chemotherapy responses in human tumor microenvironments

Patient derived scaffolds from breast cancer used to create unique fingerprints showing the potential in-vivo effect of chemotherapy. http://Breast cancer patient-derived scaffolds as a tool to [...]

3. Patient-derived scaffolds as a model of colorectal cancer

  Modeling the heterogeneous nature of colorectal cancer by using patient-derived scaffolds (PDS),  as a growth substrate for standardized cell lines. The colorectal PDS model can be used as [...]

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