Clean surface after insert removal without remaining material
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Principle for Wound Healing and Migration Assays
Wound Healing / Migration
Wound healing and migration assays are done by seeding cells into the Culture-Insert 3 Well. After cell attachment, two cell-free gaps are created in which the cell migration can be visualized. Compared to the 2 well version, more cells can be analyzed and a higher throughput is achieved. Two cell-free gaps create a technical replicate in the very same plate or dish.
Two Conditions of Wound Healing / Migration
With the Culture-Insert 3 Well, a wound healing experiment and a control experiment can be done in the same well. The control cells can be pre-treated with any kind of treatment (e.g., drugs, plasmids, mRNA, or virus particles).
Co-Cultivation / Invasion
By seeding two different cell types, the invasiveness of adherent cells can be analyzed. Non-invasive cell types can be cultured next to each other, sharing the same medium. This co-culture allows the cells to communicate and share factors for differentiation studies or long-term culturing.
Invasion and co-cultivated cells can be imaged by high-resolution fluorescence microscopy.
Visualization of Cell Migration
Live cell imaging of a wound healing and migration assay using the MCF7 cell line. Objective lens 10x, phase contrast microscopy.
Ali Alhoshani, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
“The ibidi Culture-Insert 2 Well 24plate was unbelievably helpful when I wanted precise and consistent results for wound healing assay. It saved my lab so much time and effort. The web-based quantitative image analysis feature is a huge plus. Thank you for such useful products. "
Ali Alhoshani King Saud University Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology Riyadh Saudi Arabia
Henrike Rebl, University Medicine, Rostock, Germany
"I have tested the Culture-Insert 2 Well and 3 Well and they worked quite nicely. I will definitely use the ibidi Culture-Inserts and µ-Dishes again because they are so easy to use and they work great for fluorescence microscopy."