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NANOSTACKS™ technology: advancing research through in-vivo relevant organ models
Explore the cutting edge of in-vitro modeling with NANOSTACKS™ technology, a meticulously designed platform offering validated models with in-vivo relevance. This innovation supports precise studies in drug discovery, disease modeling, and tissue engineering. Engage in a scientific exploration guided by the inherent precision and innovation of NANOSTACKS™ technology, providing valuable insights for diverse research applications.
"For biological research or drug discovery applications, striving towards organotypic structure and function will improve the translational relevance and predictivity of cell models. 3D assembly of multi-cellular structures, communication between cells within or across connected models alongside media flow are the focus of multiple organ on a chip (OOAC) technologies. NANOSTACKSTM is a new entry into the OOAC space. It has plate-based familiarity with the potential to develop and connect multiple cell models exploiting the multi-modular nature of the technology. Established cell or trans-well based models can be migrated into the format and connected in multiple combinations with or without media flow. The approach exploits existing laboratory equipment and requires minimal training, enabling a lower barrier to investment and reduced model transition to the format compared to other approaches on the market."
DR. MALCOLM HADDRICK
Lead Scientist at Medicines Discovery Catapult, UK
"NANOSTACKSTM is a true innovation for co-culture activities. The soluble factors including growth factors and cytokine can be smartly and conveniently introduced to targeted cellular population in a semi-quantitative manner. The working procedure is simple and easily implemented."
PROF. YING YANG
Professor in Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering at Keele University, UK
“NANOSTACKSTM is great technology and innovative technique. Very easy to use and instructions are well designed. This platform enables us to screen various compounds in-vitro during our research using nanoparticles, aptamers, and others. We are interested to better mimic skin barrier and blood brain barrier and are continuing to explore the use of NANOSTACKSTM for this purpose. Our research continues in this filed, to discover new products we would need models like NANOSTACKSTM for testing permeation and penetration of cell lines. I would recommend it and encourage other researchers to use it.”
DR. TAMARA ZWAIN
Lecturer in Pharmaceutics at University of Central Lancashire, UK
"NANOSTACKSTM can be used to overcome the serious limitations hampering the use of organotypic slice cultures in long-term experiments. The system allows sharing of cell secreted factors released from three or more types of cross-communicating cells/tissues and can be easily adapted in studying cell-cell interactions in complex organs like the salivary glands."
DR ABEER SHAALAN
Postdoctoral Research Associate at King's College London
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