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Cell/Tissue Models

Cell/Tissue Models

Here you will find inspiration on what you can print with your cell type. We have interesting data from our project on the topics Skin, Liver, Nerve & Brain as well as Intestine.

CELL/TISSUE MODELS

  • Drug Uptake & Metabolism
  • Skin
  • Nervous System
  • Cancer
  • Vasculature

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INTESTINE
Culturing and evaluating the viability of Caco 2 cells bio- printed in CELLINK EPI X ink.

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LIVER
Investigating two different liver models by 3D bio- printing liver cells in HEP X.

Langerhans islet

PANCREAS

Evaluating the viability of 3D printed beta cells in PAN X bioink.

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SKIN

Developing a full thickness skin tissue model with three layers using the technique of 3D bioprinting.

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NERVE & BRAIN
Developing a cell viable conductive bioink using GelMA base bioink, and single walled carbon nanotube to enhance conductivity.

Spheroid construct

SPHEROID FORMATION
Investigating if 3D bioprinting will enable spheroid formation of lung cancer cells.

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VASCULAR BIOINK
Evaluation and optimization of an angiogenesis promoting bioink.

Drug Uptake & Metabolism

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INTESTINE
Culturing and evaluating the viability of Caco 2 cells bio- printed in CELLINK EPI X ink.

Cover HEPX1
LIVER
Investigating two different liver models by 3D bio- printing liver cells in HEP X.

Langerhans islet

PANCREAS

Evaluating the viability of 3D printed beta cells in PAN X bioink.

Skin

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SKIN

Developing a full thickness skin tissue model with three layers using the technique of 3D bioprinting.

Nervous System

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NERVE & BRAIN
Developing a cell viable conductive bioink using GelMA base bioink, and single walled carbon nanotube to enhance conductivity.

Cancer

Spheroid construct

SPHEROID FORMATION
Investigating if 3D bioprinting will enable spheroid formation of lung cancer cells.

Vasculature

Perfusion system1

VASCULAR BIOINK
Evaluation and optimization of an angiogenesis promoting bioink.