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A Gut-on-a-Chip Model to Study the Gut Microbiome-Nervous System Axis

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10.3791/64483-v

9:18 min

July 28th, 2023

July 28th, 2023

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1Luxembourg Centre for Systems Biomedicine, University of Luxembourg, 2Department of Life Sciences and Medicine, Faculty of Science, Technology and Medicine, University of Luxembourg

neuroHuMiX is an advanced gut-on-a-chip model to study the interactions of bacterial, epithelial, and neuronal cells under proximal and representative co-culture conditions. This model allows unravelling of the molecular mechanisms underlying the communication between the gut microbiome and the nervous system.

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