This text describes methods of culturing epithelial cells so as to mimic accurately their behaviour in vivo. The resulting model systems can be used in a wide range of research areas: pharmaceutics, pharmacology, toxicology and cell biology. The culture technique involves growing cells on a porous substrate, so that the cells can receive nutrients by diffusion from the underlying layer, as they would in vivo.
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