Harvard's 3D-printed “heart-on-a-chip” could replace animal testing one day – Quartz


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Harvard's 3Dprinted “heart-on-a-chip” could replace animal testing one day
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Called a “heart-on-a-chip,” the 3D-printable medical device holds heart tissue and reads its reactions to cardiac drugs. One side of the chip is covered in lab-grown heart muscle cells, which contract and relax like they do in one's heart, giving the

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Quartz

Harvard's 3Dprinted “heart-on-a-chip” could replace animal testing one day
Quartz
Called a “heart-on-a-chip,” the 3D-printable medical device holds heart tissue and reads its reactions to cardiac drugs. One side of the chip is covered in lab-grown heart muscle cells, which contract and relax like they do in one's heart, giving the

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