Abstract

Development of organs-on-a-chip calls for non-invasive methods for characterization of tissues in real-time. Multiphoton microscopy with FLIM in combination with stage-adopted cell culturing will potentially solve this problem, enabling monitoring of metabolic changes “online”.

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