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Liver-on-chip Assay Enables Real-time Study of Drug Effects

News   Jan 14, 2019 | Original story from World Scientific

 
Liver-on-chip Enables Real-time Cholesterol Measurement

Microfluidic assay device which detects the secretion of cholesterol from human hepatocytes in microfluidic culture (Small insert) and the schematic showing the assay chemistry. Image credit: World Scientific

 
 
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