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The new multi-organ chip has the size of a glass microscope slide and allows the culture of up to four human engineered tissues, whose location and number can be tailored to the question being asked. These tissues are connected by vascular flow, but the presence of a selectively permeable endothelial barrier maintains their tissue-specific niche — Image Credit: Kacey Ronaldson-Bouchard/Columbia Engineering


Columbia researchers develop a multi-organ plug-and-play chip

This major breakthrough boasts of a customizable Organ-on-a-Chip device, made of engineered human tissues linked by vascular flow

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