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Customer & Collaborator Data

Customer & Collaborator Data

Read the scientific data that our customers and collaborators share with us.

Customer & Collaborator Data

  • Tissue Engineering
  • Biomaterials
  • Bioink Testimonials

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Poster by A.J. Mellott
J. Mellot uses the Bio X to print mesenchymal stem cells in tissue blocks.

Langerhans islet

Uppsala University Collaboration
Joey Lau Börjesson 3D bioprints human pancreatic islets in PAN X and evaluates their function.

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University of Pavia Collaboration

The University of Pavia uses CELLINK® FIBRIN bioink to study cell differentiation and muscle fiber physiology in 3D.

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Publication by Casper F.T. van der Ven

Casper F.T. van der Ven uses the INKREDIBLE+ to model calcific aortic valve disease.

bioprinters-mobil

Customer Poster by T. Hananouchi

T. Hananouchi examines the mechanical properties of three different bioinks printed with the INKREDIBLE.

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University of Bristol Collaboration

PhD student Thomas Richardson evaluates the Perriman Group bioink at CELLINK’s Gothenburg headquarters.

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Customer Testimonial from C. Scielzo
Professor Cristina Scielzo 3D bioprint leukemic cells using the CELLINK Laminink series.

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Customer Testimonial from L. Oliver & C. Salaud

Dr. Lisa Oliver and Dr. Celine Salaud use the CELLINK Laminink series in their research on brain tumors.

Tissue Engineering

Mellott1
Poster by A.J. Mellott
J. Mellot uses the Bio X to print mesenchymal stem cells in tissue blocks.

Langerhans islet

Uppsala University Collaboration
Joey Lau Börjesson 3D bioprints human pancreatic islets in PAN X and evaluates their function.

Paviacover3

University of Pavia Collaboration

The University of Pavia uses CELLINK® FIBRIN bioink to study cell differentiation and muscle fiber physiology in 3D.

Caspercover1

Publication by Casper F.T. van der Ven

Casper F.T. van der Ven uses the INKREDIBLE+ to model calcific aortic valve disease.

Biomaterials

bioprinters-mobil

Customer Poster by T. Hananouchi

T. Hananouchi examines the mechanical properties of three different bioinks printed with the INKREDIBLE.

Bristol1

University of Bristol Collaboration

PhD student Thomas Richardson evaluates the Perriman Group bioink at CELLINK’s Gothenburg headquarters.

Bioink Testimonials

C Scielzo1
Customer Testimonial from C. Scielzo
Professor Cristina Scielzo 3D bioprint leukemic cells using the CELLINK Laminink series.

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Customer Testimonial from L. Oliver & C. Salaud

Dr. Lisa Oliver and Dr. Celine Salaud use the CELLINK Laminink series in their research on brain tumors.