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TU Wien Researchers 3D Print Artificial Placental Barrier on a Chip

Hanna Watkin
Published Aug 16, 2018

Researchers from TU Wien, a university in Vienna, Austria have used a 3D printing method to create an artificial placental barrier on a chip. Its benefits include enabling researchers to learn more about how the placenta allows the exchange of substances between mother and baby.

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