NutriChip: nutrition analysis meets microfluidics.

  title={NutriChip: nutrition analysis meets microfluidics.},
  author={Qasem Ramadan and Hamideh Jafarpoorchekab and Chaobo Huang and Paolo Silacci and Sandro Carrara and G{\"o}zen Kokl{\"u} and Julien Ghaye and Jeremy Ramsden and Christine Ruffert and Guy Vergeres and Martin A M Gijs},
  journal={Lab on a chip},
  volume={13 2},
This focus article introduces the concept of NutriChip, an integrated microfluidic platform for investigating the potential of the immuno-modulatory function of dairy food. The core component of the NutriChip is a miniaturized artificial human gastrointestinal tract (GIT), which consists of a confluent layer of epithelial cells separated from a co-culture of immune cells by a permeable membrane. This setting creates conditions mimicking the human GIT and allows studying processes that… CONTINUE READING
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