Presented on July 13, 2021

Automated Pu·MA System Assays for
Matrigel-Grown Organoids


There is an increasing interest in using three-dimensional (3D) cell structures for modeling tumors, organs, and tissue to accelerate translation research. Significant progress has been made in formation of such structures to recapitulate the in vivo environment but performing complex assays with them can be challenging. Organoids can be subject to loss or damage from pipettes during common steps such as media exchange, supernatant sampling, or immunofluorescence staining.  We present here a technical webinar to demonstrate the use of the Pu·MA System for automated assays with organoids or spheroids in Matrigel.

Presenter: Katya Nikolov, MD
Senior Application Scientist, Protein Fluidics, Inc.

lung organoids stained in matrigel
Learn How to
  • Transfer organoids or spheroids in Matrigel into our Flowchips
  • Automate media exchange and staining of  spheroids or organoids in Matrigel
  • Acquire high-content images within the flowchips without disturbing the 3D cell models
  • Perform multifunctional profiling from single samples

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