Customer Login 0 Shopping Cart
Home Books eBooks Journals References and Proceedings Authors, Editors, Reviewers A-Z Product Index

Microphysiological Systems and Engineering Challenges for Commercial Scale-Up

Project: Tec Talk

Topics: Nanobiotechnology, Medical Imaging, Biomechanics, Biomaterials, Bioengineering, Microbiology, Molecular biology, Medicine Online

Microphysiological systems—also called “organs-on-chips,” “tissue chips,” or organoids—are assemblies of living cells on the micro-scale that are engineered to mimic certain key aspects of human tissue or organ physiology, usually by engineering certain aspects of tissue structure and/or their physical and chemical microenvironment. These biological systems are being aggressively pursued as models of diseases for research and for screening drugs to better predict safety and efficacy on the path toward clinical trials.

Home Begell Digital Portal Begell Digital Library Journals Books eBooks References and Proceedings Authors, Editors, Reviewers A-Z Product Index Prices and Subscription Policies About Begell House Contact Us Language English 中文 Русский 日本語 Português Deutsch Français Español