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The Huh Lab’s placenta-on-a-chip features two microfluidic channels that represent the maternal and fetal circulatory systems, and a membrane with living cells from the placental barrier that separates the two.

Penn Engineers Test Drug Transfer Using Placenta-on-a-Chip

Penn Engineering
Feb 16, 2018 · 4 min read
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Dan Huh and Cassidy Blundell
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The team’s placenta-on-a-chip aims to replicate the complicated, intertwined structures in the placental barrier. Their latest study was featured on the cover of Advanced Healthcare Materials.

Penn Engineering

University of Pennsylvania’s School of Engineering and…

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