TEER measurement system

April 2021

 

In the context of CURE, the Laboratory of Allergy and Clinical Immunology (NKUA) in collaboration with the Laboratory of microSENSES (UWA) developed a portable, custom-made Trans Epithelial Electrical Resistance (TEER) measurement system based on the microfluidic technology. The main objective is the microfluidic co-culture of healthy or asthmatic airway epithelial cells along with bacteria and bacteriophages. The research interest is focused on the identification of different interaction patterns occurred in eubiotic (healthy) and dysbiotic (disease) states.

 

 

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