DescriptionCustomized 3D-printed inserts are a promising alternative to commercialized air-liquid interphase culture systems [1, 2] to mimic the intestinal tissue for drug absorption/transportation studies . While current models can provide useful information on early biological responses, they have poor predictive capabilities for the physiological features of the intestine . To address these limitations, we aim to provide a customized, cheap, and easy to fabricate/use platform to develop 3D humanized models that are capable of reproducing complex physiological
responses in vitro.
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|Period||2020 → …|
|Event title||Annual Conference of the European Organ-on-chip Society 2020|