Automation of the organ-on a chip assay
Automation of the organ-on a chip assay: automated culture, imaging and analysis of angiogenesis
See a preview of this poster, presented by Dr Oksana Sirenko at SLAS Dublin 2022
There is a critical need for biological model systems that better resemble human biology. Three-dimensional (3D) cell models and organ-on-a-chip (OoC) structures representing various tissues have been successfully used for studying complex biological effects, tissue architecture, and functionality. Here, we describe an integrated workflow for automating OoC culture, as well as monitoring, and automating cell analysis.
Automation of the organ-on a chip assay.
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