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English: Supplementary Movie 2 Initiation of organoid culture from single cell suspension. Live cell imaging of the formation of spheroids from a fallopian tube epithelial cell suspension seeded in Matrigel over 72 h. Notably, fast growing spheroids arise from tiny cell clusters (asterisks) and not from large aggregates.
|Source||Video file from Kessler M, Hoffmann K, Brinkmann V, Thieck O, Jackisch S, Toelle B, Berger H, Mollenkopf H, Mangler M, Sehouli J, Fotopoulou C, Meyer T (2015). "The Notch and Wnt pathways regulate stemness and differentiation in human fallopian tube organoids". Nature Communications. DOI:10.1038/ncomms9989. PMID 26643275. PMC: 4686873.|
|Author||Kessler M, Hoffmann K, Brinkmann V, Thieck O, Jackisch S, Toelle B, Berger H, Mollenkopf H, Mangler M, Sehouli J, Fotopoulou C, Meyer T|
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