Explore human biology with immunocompetent organ models of true physiological complexity

Our organ models will support your vision for human-relevant research, for better clinical outcomes and disease insights that matter, while minimizing the impact on animals.

Immunocompetence & Infection models

Vascularization & Organ-specific perfusion

Multi-organ models

Biochips with low compound adsorption

Scalable complexity

Low investment cost & Easy handling/integration

What is Organ-on-chip-technology? 

Organ-on-Chip is a smart an innovative approach to simulate human organ biology on a small-scale level in a biochip. It reproduces key functions and physiological responses of human organs and tissues.

The Organ-on-Chip technology shapes the Future of Drug Discovery. Learn more:

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Our Immunocompetent Organ-on-Chip Models

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Our Biochips

Organ-on-Chip is a smart an innovative approach to simulate human organ biology on a small-scale level in a biochip. It reproduces key functions and physiological responses of human organs and tissues.
The Dynamic42 Biochip is a microfluidic platform that facilitates physiologic cell and tissue culture. Its microscopic slide-like design fits in every lab environment and helps you to scale up your cell co-culture.

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Company

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Our Customers

BASF

Sanofi

Bayer’s Consumer Health Division

esqLABS

Leibniz Institute for Natural Product Research and Infection Biology (Leibniz-HKI)

Jena University Hospital

Frei Universität Berlin 

HZI Braunschweig

MLU Hallo-Wittenberg

 

News

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We are excited to announce that Japhette Kembou-Ringert has joined us at the beginning of this year to support our lab team.

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Organ-on-chip specialist Dynamic42 GmbH and Biopredic, manufacturer of assay systems for research, announce a strategic Marketing agreement.

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We are excited to announce that Noreen Schuck has joined us at the beginning of October to support our lab team.

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