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Can Organs-on-a-chip Replace Animal Testing?

Organs-on-chip can provide valuable insights into normal organ function and disease pathophysiology, helping to predict the safety and efficacy of new drugs, [1].

Usually, researchers use these tools in combination with traditional preclinical cell culture methods and in vivo animal studies. But could they replace animal testing for good?

This article talks about organs-on-a-chip as alternatives to animal testing in the pharma and biotech industries. We also present Cellix's microfluidic solutions to organ-on-chip models to get you started.