The intestinal epithelium is a rapidly renewing tissue that can undergo complete cellular replacement every four to five days. These regenerative properties make the intestinal epithelium an attractive system for researchers studying epithelial regeneration, adult stem cell biology, disease modelling and cancer biology, both within and outside the context of the intestine.
Explore the resources below for information to support your intestinal research and the growth of intestinal organoids.
Organoids: Experts Talk Standardization at Nature Research Round Table
Global organoid experts gathered in London, UK to discuss the current state of the technology, protocol standardization, translation into patient care, nomenclature, and understanding what questions a given organoid culture can and can't answer.Read Now >
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Mini-Review: Intestinal Organoids
Learn more about intestinal organoids and how they are being used to model intestinal development, health, disease across a wide range of research areas.
E-book: Organoid Evolution and Applications
Download a copy of the Wiley e-book "Organoid Research Techniques: Evolution and Applications" to learn more about the development of these novel model systems.