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New gel for liver cell culture on microchips

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Feb 12, 2019 12:00 AM 1+ week ago

Scientists at Link ping University, Sweden, have developed a new method to produce hydrated materials, hydrogels, that have properties similar to the natural environment of cells in the body. They describe in an article in Biofabrication how to adapt the material to the various requirements of difficult-to-culture cell types, and to produce organ-like structures on a microchip....Read more.

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