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Parallel in-vitro and in-vivo techniques for optimizing cellular microenvironments by implementing biochemical, biomechanical and electromagnetic stimulations.

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Hepatogenic differentiation of mesenchymal stem cells using microfluidic chips.

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The culture and differentiation of amniotic stem cells using a microfluidic system.

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A multi-layer microfluidic device for efficient culture and analysis of renal tubular cells.

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Constructing stem cell microenvironments using bioengineering approaches.

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Controlling tissue microenvironments: biomimetics, transport phenomena, and reacting systems.

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Gelatin based microfluidic devices for cell culture.

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Microscale screening systems for 3D cellular microenvironments: platforms, advances, and challenges.

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Biofabrication of a three-dimensional liver micro-organ as an in vitro drug metabolism model.

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Dynamic control of extracellular environment in in vitro neural recording systems.

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