Track 08: In vitro techniques

In vitro techniques:

In vitro techniques are conducted mainly by using components of an organism that have been isolated from their usual biological surroundings such as microorganisms, biological molecules, or cells. Specially called "test-tube experiments", these studies in biology and its subdisciplines are traditionally done in labware such as test tubes, flasks, Petri dishes, and microtiter plates. In vitro studies permit a species-specific, simpler, more convenient, and much more detailed analysis than can be done with the whole organism. Just as studies in whole animals more and more replace human trials, so are in vitro studies replacing studies in whole animals. In pharmacology, In vitro techniques can be used to approximate pharmacokinetics (PK) or pharmacodynamics (PD). Since the timing and intensity of effects on a given target depend on the concentration time course of candidate drug (parent molecule or metabolites) at that target site.


1. Organ Cultures

2. Tissue Slices

3. Priary Cell Cultures

4. Established Cell Lines

5. Cell Lines

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