Applications of Bi/ond's organ-on-chip platform

Experience sophisticated disease modeling and expand your in vitro research with our innovative technology.

Discover the versatility of Bi/ond’s organ-on-chip platform and its ability to study complex 3D tissues such as organoids, patient-derived tumor tissue, and even (heart or skeletal) muscle tissue. You can create an optimized open or closed 3D tissue culture environment where you can nourish, stimulate and monitor them in real-time.

Imagine having the power to grow and maintain organoids, tumor or muscle tissue, while also having the ability to recreate a perfused vascular-like environment in a single chip. 

Furthermore, multiple tissue constructs can be connected together to recreate a systemic circulation where the cytokines and proteins secreted from one construct and be transported through the medium to another construct. 

In addition to dynamic drug-dosing through the endothelial channel, the open-access culture well provides an alternative route for administering therapeutic compounds. That’s exactly what you get with our Bi/ond organ-on-chip platform!

Applications for Endothelial Studies

You are not limited by the types of cells you use.

Whether you are engaged in HUVEC research or HMEC-1 testing, you can replicate the functions of a blood vessel in vitro with our products.

Want to learn more about how to line the channel with endothelial cells? Download our blood vessel brochure here.

Some practical applications of our products and technology:

Disease modelling


In vitro research

Tumor tissue

Personalized medicine

(Heart & Skeletal) Muscle

Disease modeling made easier

Traditional disease models often lack the dynamic complexity and physiological relevance needed to accurately simulate human pathologies. Bi/ond’s platform, however, empowers researchers to create sophisticated in vitro disease models that faithfully replicate the intricate microenvironments of affected organs. By mimicking the interconnected cellular and tissue dynamics, our technology provides a valuable bridge between conventional in vitro models and complex in vivo conditions. Researchers can delve into the nuances of diseases, facilitating a deeper understanding of their mechanisms and enabling the development of targeted therapies that hold the promise of transforming the landscape of personalized medicine.

Explore the future of personalized medicine with Bi/ond — where innovation meets precision

These applications are just the beginning! At Bi/ond, our mission is to contribute to the advancement of personalized medicine and unique treatments for patients. Envision a future, not too distant, where organ-on-chips play a pivotal role in implementing precision medicine outcomes.

Our groundbreaking technology extends its applications to drug development, particularly in the preclinical development phase, supporting safety toxicology studies for drug viability.

Product and services offering

Technology access

For customers ready to transfer their established 2D culture protocol and assays into a 3D format. This option allows you to start experimenting with more physiologically relevant tissue culture and generating more comprehensive datasets quickly.


For customers unsure on how to transfer their current research designs/methodology over to the realm of 3D in vitro modelling, Bi/ond offers a Fee-for-Service solution. Utilizing our internal expertise and laboratories we can work with you to develop a specific research model or assay capability.

We also organize workshops throughout the year where we host researchers interested in our platform for a product demonstration day. Future dates will be announced on our website, however for more information, please enquire via our contact form!

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