Cell Culture, Organ on a chip and Microscopy
Microfluidics provides unique capabilities to control the cellular microenvironment with high spatiotemporal precision, and present cells with mechanical and biochemical signals in a more physiologically relevant context. Organ chips present an ideal microenvironment to study molecular- and cellular-scale activities that underlie human organ function, as well as identify new therapeutic targets in vitro.
Fluigent provides microfluidic chips for all types of cell culture and organ on a chip devices, from standard flow cells for microscopy to 3D cell culture devices
- Cell maintenance under controlled, sterile conditions
- Molecular and functional monitoring
- Manipulation of the physical (micro)environment of cells
- Accommodates adherent cells, tissue or suspended specimens
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