Human glandular organoid formation in murine engineering chambers after collagenase digestion and flow cytometry isolation of normal human breast tissue single cells
Cecilia W Huo, Dexing Huang, Grace L Chew, Prue Hill, Ambika Vohora, Wendy V Ingman, Danielle J Glynn, Nathan Godde, Michael A Henderson, Erik W Thompson, Kara L Britt
Cell Biology International | WILEY | Published : 2016
Awarded by Australian National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF) grant
We would like to thank St Vincent's BreastScreen, St Vincent's Hospital, Victoria for help with radiography and tissue sampling; Victoria Tissue Biobank and St Vincent's Department of Pathology for assistance with tissue accrual and processing; and the Experimental Medical and Surgical Research Unit, St Vincent's Hospital for mice-related experiment work. This work was supported in part by the Victorian Breast Cancer Research Consortium, the St. Vincent's Hospital Research Endowment Fund, the National Breast Cancer Foundation, and the University of Melbourne Research Grant Support Scheme (MRGSS). CWH was supported by the Australian Postgraduate Awards scholarship; KB was supported by an Australian National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF) Early Career Fellowship and Concept grant; GLC was supported by a postgraduate scholarship from the NHMRC; EWT was supported in part by the Australian National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF) grant (CG-10-04); NG was supported by and NBCF Innovator grant and a Peter MacCallum Foundation grant. This study benefited from support by the Victorian Government's Operational Infrastructure Support Program to St. Vincent's Institute.