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Preclinical Drug Testing in Scalable 3D Engineered Muscle Tissues

DOI :

10.3791/64399-v

8:07 min

April 7th, 2023

April 7th, 2023

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1Curi Bio Inc.

This protocol provides methods for generating 3D engineered cardiac and skeletal muscle tissues and describes their use in preclinical drug screening modalities. The described methods utilize a magnetic sensing system to facilitate the simultaneous assessment of 24 tissues in parallel.

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Preclinical Drug Testing

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