Tissue-on-a-Chip: Microphysiometry With Human 3D Models on Transwell Inserts

Schmidt C, Markus J, Kandarova H and Wiest J (2020) Tissue-on-a-Chip: Microphysiometry With Human 3D Models on Transwell Inserts. Front. Bioeng. Biotechnol. 8:760. doi: 10.3389/fbioe.2020.00760

芯片上的组织:在Transwell上使用人体三维模型的微生理测量

芯片上的组织:在Transwell上使用人体三维模型的微生理测量

Fourier Analysis in Microphysiometry

Wiest, J.: Fourier Analysis in Microphysiometry. In Advances in Medicine and Biology 136, Nova Science Publisher, Inc., 2019, ISBN: 978-1-53613-722-3

Proliferation characteristics of cells cultured under periodic versus static conditions

Gilbert, D.F., Mofrad, S.A., Friedrich, O., Wiest, J.: Proliferation characteristics of cells cultured under periodic versus static conditions, Cytotechnology, 2018, doi:10.1007/s10616-018-0263-z

Skin-on-a-chip: Transepithelial electrical resistance and extracellular acidification measurements through an automated air-liquid interface

Alexander, F., Eggert, S., Wiest, J.: Skin-on-a-chip: Transepithelial electrical resistance and extracellular acidification measurements through an automated air-liquid interface, Genes, 2018, 9/2, 114; doi:10.3390/genes9020114

Microphysiometry

Brischwein M., Wiest J. (2018) Microphysiometry. In: Bioanalytical Reviews. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg, https://doi.org/10.1007/11663_2018_2

Fetal bovine serum (FBS): Past – present – future

van der Valk, J., Bieback, K., Buta, C., Cochrane, B., Dirks, W., Fu, J., Hickman, J., Hohensee, C., Kolar, R., Liebsch, M., Pistollato, F., Schulz, M., Thieme, D., Weber, T., Wiest, J., Winkler, S., Gstraunthaler, G. (2018) Fetal bovine serum (FBS): Past – present – future. ALTEX – Alternatives to animal experimentation. 35, 1, 99-118. DOI:https://doi.org/10.14573/altex.1705101.

 

A novel lab-on-a-chip platform for spheroid metabolism monitoring

Alexander F.A., Eggert S., Wiest J. (2018)  A novel lab-on-a-chip platform for spheroid metabolism monitoring, Cytotechnology, 70/1, 375-386, https://doi.org/10.1007/s10616-017-0152-x

Biology-inspired microphysiological system approaches to solve the prediction dilemma of substance testing

Marx, U., Andersson, T., Bahinski, A., Beilmann, M., Beken, S., Cassee, F., Cirit, M., Daneshian, M., Fitzpatrick, S., Frey, O., Gaertner, C., Giese, C., Griffith, L., Hartung, T., Heringa, M., Hoeng, J., de Jong, W., Kojima, H., Kuehnl, J., Leist, M., Luch, A., Maschmeyer, I., Sakharov, D., Sips, A., Steger-Hartmann, T., Tagle, D., Tonevitsky, A., Tralau, T., Tsyb, S., van de Stolpe, A., Vandebriel, R., Vulto, P., Wang, J., Wiest, J., Rodenburg, M. and Roth, A.: Biology-inspired microphysiological system approaches to solve the prediction dilemma of substance testing, ALTEX, 2016, 33/3, 272-321 DOI: 10.14573/altex.1603161

2017 ALTEX award winner

(The members of the ALTEX Board, Editorial Board and Editorial Office elect the winner of the annual award out of all main articles published in the previous year)

Data processing in cellular microphysiometry

Wiest, J. et al.: Data processing in cellular microphysiometry, IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, 2016, 63/11, 2368-2375, DOL 10.1109/TBME.20162533868