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ORGAN-ON-CHIP PLATFORM

Compact platform for organ-specific environment experiments

 

  • Robust technology
  • Compact system
  • Stable flow-rate and pressure
  • Physiological conditions mimicking
  • Time saving & increased cell growth
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  • Compact: up to 16 chips in parallel in classic size incubators*
  • Versatile chip: 2 resealable slides with cell culture membrane
  • Plug and Play: Ability to control gas or liquids with various flow profiles

 

*Fluigent insruments are not compatible with humid incubators

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From 75nL/min to 5mL/min

1 MFCS™-EX, 16 15mL Fluiwells, 8 possible FLOW UNITS, tubing

4 Resealable chips, 4 soft membrane, 1 chip holder from Micronit

Size of 1 platform: 45x45x28cm3

Weight: 5kg

Power Supply: 24V

  • Very fast response times
  • Excellent stability for long-term experiments
  • Liquid and gas handling mimicking mechanical stretching
  • Robustness and high repeatability

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