The cardiorespiratory model reproduces human physiology with a high level of fidelity. It is a lumped parameter model including a representation of atria, ventricles, pulmonary and systemic circulations, autonomic controls, metabolic peripheral control, ventilation and gas exchange in tissues and

Last updated on: 29-08-2019 - 13:42

Contact: Libera Fresiello
Organisation: Cannot be disclosed
Partners: Cannot be disclosed
Status: History of use, Internally validated, Published in peer reviewed journal

Recent improvements on the structural aspects of organ-on-chips pave the way towards a large-scale application. As such soon the number of read-out instruments that are in operation in parallel will need to drastically increase. Unfortunately, standard read-out equipment is bulky, complex and

Last updated on: 27-08-2019 - 18:22

Organisation: Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Status: Still in development

Despite major advances in our understanding of neurodegenerative disorders, no efficient therapies are available for patients with dementia, motor neuron disease and other neurodegenerative disorders. With the advent of pluripotent stem cells (PSCs) it now becomes possible to better model human

Last updated on: 27-08-2019 - 18:22

Contact: Cannot be disclosed
Organisation: KU Leuven
Status: Still in development, Internally validated

With a one vessel fermentor (BioFlo 110, New Brunswick), an in vitro simulation of a certain part of the gastrointestinal tract (e.g. cecum, colon) is performed. In this fermentation system, physiological gut parameters (pH, temperature) are kept constant, while chemico-physical

Last updated on: 27-08-2019 - 18:17

Contact: Marc Heyndrickx
Organisation: Flanders Research Institute for Agriculture
Status: History of use, Internally validated, Published in peer reviewed journal

This method describes the steps from a living mouse to a multicellular brain slice model where complex cellular interactions can be evaluated

Last updated on: 27-08-2019 - 18:16

Contact: Melissa Schepers
Organisation: Hasselt University
Status: Still in development

This method is used to monitor cardiac cell cultures in vitro. It can be used for monitoring both cell activity and drug-induced cardiac side-effects for primary cardiomyocytes or hIPSC-derived cardiomyocytes. Unlike conventional microelectrode array systems that only measure the local

Last updated on: 26-08-2019 - 14:16

Contact: Thomas Pauwelyn
Organisation: IMEC
Status: Published in peer reviewed journal

We developed in vitro models to study liver disease, such as liver inflammation and fibrosis, as seen in non-alcoholic fatty liver disease/non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NAFLD/NASH); or hepatitis viral infection; or to enhance our ability to detect drugs that cause acute or repeat dose

Last updated on: 26-08-2019 - 13:56

Contact: Cannot be disclosed
Organisation: KU Leuven
Status: Internally validated, Published in peer reviewed journal

The chorioallantoic membrane (CAM) is a highly vascularized membrane which results from the fusion of two extra-embryonic membranes, namely the chorion and the allantois. The CAM is easily accessible for manipulation and imaging, but methodologies differ whether the chicken embryo stays within

Last updated on: 23-08-2019 - 10:52

Contact: Hanna Tay
Organisation: Ghent University
Status: Internally validated