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Dr. MINA J. BISSELL is Distinguished Scientist, the highest rank bestowed at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) and serves as Senior Advisor to the Laboratory Director on Biology. She is also Faculty of four Graduate Groups in UC Berkeley: Comparative Biochemistry, Endocrinology, Molecular Toxicology, and Bioengineering (UCSF/UCB joint program). Having challenged several established paradigms, Bissell...

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Name: Charlotte Illsley Occupation: PhD Student Institution: University of Plymouth   What are you currently using CELLINK technology for? (Please specify what you are using)   I am working with Dr Bing Hu from Peninsula Dental School, at the University of Plymouth, to develop a novel skin equivalent system that is able to mimic functional human...

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Name: Casper van der Ven Occupation: PhD Fellow Institution: UMC Utrecht   What are you currently using CELLINK technology for?   We have used the INKREDIBLE+ to develop the first human in vitro model of Calcific Aortic Valve Disease, thickening and stiffening of the aortic valve due to calcium buildup in the valve, in a collaboration of Brigham and Women’s...

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  Name: Mohammad Alhazmi Occupation: Final Year Medicine Student Institution: Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland   1. What are you currently using CELLINK technology for?   We are currently using different bioinks bought from CELLINK (CELLINK Bioink and CELLINK RGD) to optimise particular functional structures. Areas of interest include but not limited to cartilage...

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  Name: Caroline Lanetoft Location: Gothenburg, Sweden Position: European Marketing Director   Hi Caroline! Please tell us a little bit about yourself. Hi there, I have a master’s in communication and I work as the European Marketing Director here at CELLINK. Prior to joining CELLINK I’ve worked with marketing in several different fields: construction, healthcare and the beauty...

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  CELLINK’s bioink and bioprinters are being used in several progressive research areas   Cellulose Hydrogel for 3D Printability Researchers at North Dakota State University test printability, shape fidelity and cell viability of sodium alginate with carboxymethyl cellulose (CMC) used in 3D bio-printing. The bioink being used in the study was CELLINK’s bioink. The result of...

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Researchers from Harvard University’s John A Paulsen School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) in Massachusetts, have created an acoustophoretic 3D printing technique which uses sound waves to form drops of a wide range of viscous fluids into additively manufactured structures. According to the study published in the latest edition of Science Advances, this new...

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  Name: Isabella Bondesson Location: Gothenburg, Sweden Position: Tissue Engineer, BITE R&D   Hi Isabella! Please tell us a little bit about yourself. Solving problems has always been one of my favorite hobbies, and a good challenge always makes the task more fun. Engineering living tissues offer just that, and at the same time a possibility for me...

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CELLINK proudly presents the LAMININ-SERIES in collaboration with BIOLAMINA Laminins are proteins composed of three subunits referred to as a α-chain, β-chain and γ-chain. They are a major component of the basal lamina that lines the external surface of cell membranes. This protein is characterized by its cross-like structure that serves as a structural foundation for...

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