A human BBB (blood brain barrier)-on-chip to assess vascular permeability
A microfluidic model of the human BBB (blood-brain barrier) connected to our Flow-EZ pressure controllers allowing quantitative vascular permeability analyses.
Emulating the chondrocyte microenvironment using multi-directional mechanical stimulation in a cartilage-on-chip
A cartilage-on-chip platform coupled to Fluigent pressure controllers to generate compressive or multi-directional mechanical stimulations to study how mechanical stimulation of the chondrocytes can help to reproduce the native articular cartilage microenvironment.
Microfluidics Technology for the Design and Formulation of Nanoparticles
Engineered Nanoparticles (NPs) are becoming essential to enhance drug delivery systems (DDSs) for both biomedical and pharmaceutical applications. Controlling the delivery of molecules of interest, increases their concentration in a desired location and lead to improved drug efficacy as well as minor adverse effects. NPs including lipid-based and polymeric NPs have been used over the years as nanocarriers of various bioactive molecules.