Current research projects at the FRAME Alternatives Laboratory

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Current research projects at the FRAME Alternatives Laboratory

Below are links to a selection of posters that show the aims & objectives, method and conclusions from some of the current research being carried out at the University of Nottingham. The projects involve both the FRAME Alternatives Laboratory and other schools at the University and make use of human-based tissue research and modern technology.

3D Bioprinting of Progenitor Liver cells encapsulated in chemically modified alginate hydrogels

Adipose tissue-skeletal muscle cross-talk in young and elderly individuals

How drugs cause liver toxicity- using cell culture models to test in silico approaches

Monitoring metabolic reactions in intact cells

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