Multipurpose Microfluidic Device for Mimicking a Microenvironment Within a Tumor
The present application relates generally to a novel microfluidic device for the in it propagation of neoplastic cellagregates under conditions that mimic the physiological microenvironment found in tumors. The invention also describes methods of screening for therapeutic test agents and protocols that target proliferating and quiescent neoplastic cells within tumors.
FORBES NEIL ST JOHN [US]; KASINSKAS RACHEL W [US]; WALSH COLIN L [US]; BABIN BRETT M [US]; TOLEY BHUSHAN J [US]
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