Achieve genuine 3D cell culture, simply and routinely

Reinnervate is a leading company in the fast growing 3D cell culture market. The Alvetex® family of 3D cell culture products provide a flexible platform that allows scientists in any life science laboratory to quickly and easily establish better in vitro assays and models that better mimic the in vivo growth of cells.


Alvetex® 3D cell Culture

Growing 3D cell culture in our highly porous polystyrene scaffold enables your cells to maintain their in vivo morphology, behavior and responsiveness.

Cancer research goes 3D

Rapid, automated tumour cell cytotoxicity analysis with Alvetex® Scaffold in 96-well and 384-well plate format.

Is 3D cell culture finally fit for purpose?

Alvetex is being used to create better in vitro assays across a broad range of applications and cell types.

3D Cell Screening Service

Screen your novel anti-cancer therapies on 3D tumour cells grown in Alvetex® Scaffold 96 well plates.

Perfused 3D cell culture

Introducing a simple, low-cost perfusion system in a multi-welled cell culture plate.

Propagating Human Pluripotent Stem Cells in 3D

Continuous culture propagation on the surface of Alvetex® Strata primes cells for 3D growth.

Latest news from Reinnervate


Reinnervate at the AACR meeting (5-9 April 2014) in San Diego

Alvetex Events

Reinnervate will be exhibiting at the American Association of Cancer Research (AACR) Annual Meeting, 5-9 April 2014. The meeting will be held at the San Diego Convention Center, California, USA.

Representatives of Reinnervate will be at booth 1544. Come and see us to learn more about 3D tumour cell culture for low, medium and high throughput applications.


Reinnervate at the ELRIG Cancer Research and Innovation meeting, 11th March 2014

Alvetex Events

Reinnervate will be present at the ELRIG Cancer Research and Innovation meeting,  11th March 2014, Telford Int. Conference Centre, UK. Booth B6. Come and meet us and learn about exciting new 3D cell culture products for cancer research.

More information can be found here:

http://www.elrig.org/index.php/events/156-research-a-innovation-impact-into-cancer/1157-research-a-innovation-impact-into-cancer-2014


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Comparison of 3D cell culture technologies

Comparison video

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