CHARACTERIZATION OF IMAGE DIFFERENTIATION
Intestinal barrier smouted with Hematoxylin & Eosin (H&E) after cuts of 5 to paraffin.
(A) Increase of 10x (B) 20x (C) 40x.
Measure of cell viability (%) of intestinal barriers over time, showing the high viability of barriers (greater than 80%) for up to 35 days after their biofabrication.
Expression of markers of intestinal barrier function demonstrating the increase in expression in cell culture of B.I.3D, in relation to traditional 2D cultivation.
Measurement of transepithelial resistance during the differentiation of B.I. demonstrating that it has resistance as expected for a tissue.