Microfluidic Device Simulates Blinking to Study Eye Drugs

Drugs that are used to treat conditions of the eyes, or ones that simply use the eyes as a route into the rest of the body, can be very difficult to test in pre-clinical trials. Rabbits are often utilized for this, as they lack tear ducts and so don’t blink very often, allowing substances to penetrate the eye without being washed away fi (Read more...)

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