Lack of standardization, automation and inter-chip incompatibility is limiting End Users in adopting Organ-on-Chip (OoC) solutions. Much like all computer equipment interfaces through a Universal Serial Bus (USB), biologist should be able to use chips from different vendors to obtain an OoC model that specifically answers their questions of interest. Together with many academic and industrial partners, we have developed a platform to provide infrastructure for automated microfluidic chip control, open for academic and commercial chip developers: the Translational Organ-on-Chip Platform (TOP). TOP is supported by hDMT, ensuring a broad user basis.
Whether you are a developer or a biologist, let TOP make your life easier and provide you with the infrastructure to make your OoCs plug and play.
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