- In development –
The next generation of MOC design at TissUse aims for a Human-on-a-Chip, increasing the number of interconnected organs toward acceptable organismal complexity. This number of organs is supposed to be efficient to provide human organismal homeostasis, sufficiently flexible for diverse disease modelling and to bear the potential of ultimately replacing animal models for systemic substance testing.
- Systemic human-like long-term performance at an organismal level
- Replaces respective animal toxicity tests and disease models
- Provides human data currently generated in phase 1 and 2 clinical trials in humans