EPITHELIX

Posters

 

Efficacy of antiviral drugs in a human in vitro nasal epithelium model (MucilAir™)

 

Establishment and Characterization of an in vitro Human Small Airway Model (SmallAir™)

 

Airway epithelium co-cultured with immune cells for a better assessment of the low dose effects of environmental pollutants

 

Evaluation of reconstituted human bronchial epithelium (MucilAir™) suitability for repeated dose testing

 

Development of a human airway tissue-based assay for respiratory absorption giving input parameters for PBTK modelling

 

Toxicity assessment of construction materials in vitro on Human 3D Airway Epithelium (MucilAir™) using highly sensitive functional endpoints

 

Goblet cell metaplasia induced in a fully differentiated human airway epithelium (MucilAir ™)

 

Development of an in vitro assay for assessing the anti-inflammatory drug effects based on human airway epithelium

 

The use of in vitro Human Airway Epithelia for the development of novel antivirals against human rhinoviruses (HRV)

 

POTENTIAL OF 3D HUMAN AIRWAY EPITHELIA RECONSTITUTED IN VITRO (MUCILAIR™) FOR IDENTIFYING RESPIRATORY SENSITIZERS

 

A simple method for testing the toxicity of nanomaterials on 3D Air-Liquid Interface Human Airway Epithelia (MucilAir™)

 

An in vitro testing strategy for the development of novel inhaled therapeutics using Human 3D Airway Epithelium Model (MucilAir™)

 

Comparison of respiratory virus infection between human nasal epithelial cell monolayer and air-liquid interface 3D culture

 

Evaluation of a human in vitro 3D respiratory epitheli um model in bioavaila bility and safety assessment of pharmaceutical and chemical compounds

 

Smoke Inhalation – Decontamination Study of Toxic Substances on an in vitro Model of Human Airway Epithelium

 

Development of a new 3D-Human Airway Epithelium/ Whole-blood Co-culture Model Combined with Multi-Analyte Profile (MAP) Analyses for Assessing Drug Effects

 

MucilAir™ versus RAW 264.7 cells in nanotoxicology

 

Human 3D airway models to predict in vivo bioavailability upon inhalation

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