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In a significant finding, researchers at the University of Toronto Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering have developed a new way to grow realistic human tissues outside the body. The “person-on-chip” technology called as AngioChip, is a powerful platform for discovering and testing new drugs, and could eventually be used to repair or replace damaged organs.
Professor Milica Radisic, student Boyang Zhang and the rest of the team are amongst those researchers who are striving to find ways to grow human tissue in the lab under conditions that mimic a real person’s body. They have created unique methods for manufacturing small, intricate scaffolds for individual cells to grow on that mimics the real environment quite closely.
AngioChip takes tissue engineering…
Read More: Biotecnika Magazine | April 2016
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