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PhysioMimix™ OOC Lab Benchtop Ready Microphysiological System

Video   Nov 01, 2020

 

Despite the complex physiologically relevant 3D biology that it recreates in vitro, our PhysioMimix™ OOC Microphysiological System is rather simple to adopt, helping you transition from 2D into 3D cell culture with ease. Through its ability to recreate human physiology in the lab, the PhysioMimix™ OOC can predict human responses to new therapeutic drug candidates. By supplementing data generated from entrenched 2D cell culture and animal studies, this system supports confident decision making across many drug discovery stages from target discovery right through to development.

 
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