Abstract

Breast cancer and Glioblastoma brain cancer are aggressive malignancies with poor prognosis. In this study primary Glioblastoma and secondary breast cancer spheroids are formed and treated with the well-known Temozolomide and Doxorubicin chemotherapeutics, respectively. A custom multi-angle Light Sheet Fluorescence Microscope is employed for high resolution imaging of both cancer cell spheroids. Such a technique is successful in realizing pre-clinical drug screening, while enables the discrimination among physiologic tumor parameters. LSFM technique, parameters and method followed are also presented.

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