Organ-on-a-chip Chips

Organ-on-a-chip devices are revolutionary microfluidic chips, designed to replicate the structure and physiological functions of organs and human tissues. This technology, also known as "Micro-Physiological Systems", has broadened the scope of research, providing researchers with better insight into human biology and disease. With the help of Organ-on-a-chip devices, researchers can study diseases at a miniature scale and explore the mechanisms of drug delivery and tissue engineering.

Organ-on-a-chip devices are capable of mimicking the fluid dynamics and intracellular environment in the body, allowing researchers to study drug toxicity and absorption in a more realistic setting. 

Browse our team of biology experts' selection of organ-on-chips below!