Tagged with " Bioprinter"

Advancing Tissue Engineering: The State of 3D Bioprinting

Research on various aspects of bioprinting is being conducted at numerous facilities throughout the world. Every part of the globe has begun to provide progressive steps for developing specific aspects of the bioprinting process. One of the newer research facilities is located at the University of Iowa (UI), which is working on tissue engineering. The University’s Mechanical and Industrial Department established its bioprinting lab in 2011.
(…weiter auf 3dprint.com)

Organovo Announces Commercial Release of the exVive3D™ Human Liver Tissue

SAN DIEGO, Nov. 18, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Organovo Holdings, Inc. (NYSE MKT: ONVO) („Organovo“), a three-dimensional biology company focused on delivering breakthrough 3D bioprinting technology, today announced the full commercial release of the exVive3DTM Human Liver Tissue for preclinical drug discovery testing. Initially, clients will be able to access the technology through Organovo’s contract research services program. This model is intended to provide human-specific data to aid in the prediction of liver tissue toxicity or ADME outcomes in later stage preclinical drug discovery programs.

Organovo’s exVive3D Liver Models are bioprinted, living 3D human liver tissues consisting of primary human hepatocytes, stellate, and endothelial cell types, which are found in native human liver. The exVive3D Liver Models are created using Organovo’s proprietary 3D bioprinting technology that builds functional living tissues containing precise and reproducible architecture. The tissues are functional and stable for at least 42 days, which enables assessment of drug effects over study durations that well beyond those offered by industry-standard 2D liver cell culture systems.
(…weiter auf organovo.com)

PrintAlive 3D bioprinter moves to preclinical trials, could revolutionize burn treatment

3D Bioprinting is, thanks to its many medical possibilities, one of the most crucial innovations that 3D printing technology is bringing into our lives. While much of bioprinting technology is still theoretical or years away, one revolutionary innovation is coming tantalisingly close to being integrated into medical treatment: the PrintAlive 3D bioprinter.
(…weiter auf 3ders.org)

Scientists Find New Material Mixture for Bioprinting Cartilage

For me, human tissue bioprinting is the most fascinating frontier in 3D printing, albeit the most complex and difficult one. The additive processes for this application are similar to any other 3D printing process but the materials they process and the structures that need to be assembled are so much more complex. A new material combination developed by researchers from ETH Zürich, AO Research Institute Davos in Switzerland and INNOVENT in Germany, however, holds great promise for one of the first feasible applications of bioprinted tissues: cartilage.
(…weiter auf 3dprintingindustry.com)

3D Bioprinting Set to go Big in China, Thanks to Anyprint’s $20K B01CS Bioprinter

3D bioprinting is one of those technologies that seems as though it would be more likely to show up in a science fiction movie than one of today’s research facilities. While we are still probably over a decade away from being able to take living cells and fabricate entire working organs, the hardware for doing this is already being experimented with. It’s more than experimentation though, as researchers have been able to 3D print living tissue from humans, and then use those tissues to perform tests. One example is the use of 3D printed liver cells to test drugs for toxicity. It’s a more efficient and accurate method than using rodents, which may respond differently to such drugs than humans would.
(…weiter auf 3dprint.com)

Qingdao Unique, 3D Medical Printer

http://www.qdunique.com/en/ Qingdao Unique, the world leading innovator and developer on 3d printing solution deployed across the medical treatment. Please drop in to view the latest development released from Qingdao Unique.
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