Katharina M. S. Schimek

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The ever growing amount of new substances released onto the market and the limited predictability of current in vitro test systems has led to a high need for new solutions for substance testing. Many drugs that have been removed from the market due to drug-induced liver injury released their toxic potential only after several doses of chronic testing in(More)
Background Enormous efforts have been made to develop circulation systems for physiological nutrient supply and waste removal of in vitro cultured tissues. These developments are aiming for in vitro generation of organ equivalents such as liver, lymph nodes and lung or even multi-organ systems for substance testing, research on organ regenera-tion or(More)
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