Organ on a chip Tag

Exploring Dry Eye Syndrome with a Microfluidic Model

Dry Eye Syndrome (DES) presents a significant challenge in ocular health, impacting millions globally with symptoms that reduce quality of life. Traditional research methods have fallen short in replicating the complex interplay at the corneal surface under DES conditions. A novel microfluidic study involving an...

Integrating Functional Vascularized Organoids-on-Chip

Recent advancements in tissue engineering and organ-on-chip technology have led to the development of a novel microfluidic platform designed for the encapsulation and long-term culture of various types of cell aggregates with an emphasis on vascularization. This microfluidic chip represents a step forward in addressing...

Microfluidics at the Forefront of Skin Research

Skin, our body's largest organ, provides us with an intricate network of sensory nerve fibers, enabling the sensation of touch, temperature, and pain. The conversation between skin cells and nerves is a critical part of skin health and disease, making the development of reliable in...