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Patient-Derived Tumor Organoid Rings for Histologic Characterization and High-Throughput Screening.

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Tumor organoids are promising tools for cancer biology investigations and preclinical drug screenings because they are often representative of the histology and drug responses of patients. Here, we introduce a facile protocol to overcome technical limitations by generating patient-derived tumor organoids using a simplified ring-like geometry. This facilitates media exchange and drug treatment for histopathology characterization and automated high-throughput drug screenings. For complete details on the use and execution of this protocol, please refer to Phan et al. (2019).

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