Organ-on-a-chip (OOAC) technology is a promising tool with numerous applications across biomedical fields. Also known as microphysiological systems, tissue chips or organs-on-chips, these devices offer a way to replicate key aspects of human physiology, and therefore answer specific questions about organ function and disease pathophysiology.
Download this listicle to explore how OOAC systems are being used to:
- Research rejected therapeutics for autoimmune disorders
- Model diseases, screen drugs and assay toxicity
- Discover antiviral therapeutics and prophylactics