'Body-On- A-Chip' System To Accelerate Testing Of New Drugs, Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center Study

Published: Oct 06, 2017

Using the same expertise they've employed to build new organs for patients, scientists at Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine and colleagues have engineered micro hearts, lungs and livers that can potentially be used to test new drugs. By combining the micro-organs in a monitored system, the researchers aim to mimic how the human body responds to medications.

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