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Radioprotective Drugs Assessed Using Human Gut Organ-on-a-Chip

News   Feb 15, 2018 | Original story from Wyss Institute, Harvard University

 
Radioprotective Drugs Assessed Using Human Gut Organ-on-a-Chip

The intestinal epithelium in the human gut-on-a-chip, when left untreated, protrudes normal villi-like protrusions (on the left), that break down when the chip is exposed to 8 Gy of radiation (middle), and are protected against radiation damage by DMOG (on the right). Credit: Wyss Institute at Harvard University. Credit: Wyss Institute at Harvard University

 
 
 

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