New ‘heart attack on a chip’ could serve as a testbed to develop personalized medicines


Researchers at the University of Southern California Alfred E. Mann Department of Biomedical Engineering have developed a “heart attack on a chip,” a device that could one day serve as a testbed to develop new heart drugs and even personalized medicines.

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