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تصویر: Capsules Based optical sensors for monitoring microenvironmental changes in 3D cell cultures

Capsules Based optical sensors for monitoring microenvironmental changes in 3D cell cultures

Despite the great advances in the regenerative medicine field, monitoring the metabolic changes of cultured cells during tissue formation is still an important challenge; which is caused by the limitations associated with the bulk volumetric assays. In recent research...

تصویر: ۳D-printed patches for long term release of drugs to treat myocardial infarction

۳D-printed patches for long term release of drugs to treat myocardial infarction

Up to now, many methods have been presented to treat cardiovascular diseases as the first cause of human death worldwide. In a recent study by Finish scientists, multifunctional patches presenting suitable biocompatibility, electrical conductivity, and mechanical strength have been...

تصویر: Noninvasive in vivo 3D bioprinting

Noninvasive in vivo 3D bioprinting

Despite the extensive advances in 3D bioprinting, its in vivo application has been limited to the cases with exposed traumas (such as burn wounds) or requires a surgical operation. In a recent study by Chinese scientists, the noninvasive in...

تصویر: Oxygen Generating Bioinks: An Approach Providing Oxygen to Cells Encapsulated in Non Vasculirized Grafts

Oxygen Generating Bioinks: An Approach Providing Oxygen to Cells Encapsulated in Non Vasculirized Grafts

Of the main challenges against the translation of tissue-engineered grafts is the lack of enough oxygen in thick tissues known as hypoxia. Interestingly, there is a category of materials that generate oxygen. In a recent study, a bioink of...

تصویر: Intravital three dimensional bioprinting

Intravital three dimensional bioprinting

A group of researchers from the University College London and the University of Padua (Italy) unveiled a minimally invasive 3D bioprinting technique that can be used for the fabrication of 3D constructs across and within tissues. This study results,...

تصویر: Intracorporeal 3D bioprinting using a gelatin-based bioink

Intracorporeal 3D bioprinting using a gelatin-based bioink

In a collaboration between scientists from the Terasaki Institute for Biomedical Innovation, Ohio State University, and Pennsylvania State University, a gelatin-based bioink has been developed for 3D bioprinting tissue directly in the body. The method used to 3D print...

تصویر: Anatomical-scale functional bone tissues are developed by 3D bioprinting of nanoengineered bioinks

Anatomical-scale functional bone tissues are developed by 3D bioprinting of nanoengineered bioinks

Designing patient-specific bone grafts by 3D-bioprinting technology has gathered a great deal of attention from researchers and clinicians. In this vein, a research group at Texas A&M University has developed an advanced bioink known as Nanoengineered Ionic–Covalent Entanglement (NICE)...

تصویر: Acoustic 3D bioprinting: A new way to align neural cells in desired frameworks

Acoustic 3D bioprinting: A new way to align neural cells in desired frameworks

In cooperative research between the scientists in TU Wien and Stanford universities, it has been made possible to introduce nerve cells in spherical cage structures using acoustic bioprinting technology. This cell alignment in certain spots in a framework provides...

تصویر: The First 3D Bioprinting Experiment In Space Is Achieved

The First 3D Bioprinting Experiment In Space Is Achieved

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In a collaboration between the Geneva Foundation (Geneva), the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (USU), commercial space company TechShot, Inc, and 3D printer manufacturer nScrypt, Inc, the first bioprinting project in space about the engineering of the...

تصویر: ۳D bioprinting of constructs made of hydrogels and thermoplastic polymers for articular cartilage engineering

۳D bioprinting of constructs made of hydrogels and thermoplastic polymers for articular cartilage engineering

In a national collaboration of Spain scientists, a new bio-ink made of alginate and hyaluronic acid was developed for articular cartilage engineering. To provide the mechanical properties required in cartilage tissue, Polylactic acid was co-printed with the cell-encapsulated hydrogel....

تصویر: ۳D-Printing Responds to Covid-19 Outbreak: A Review on Simple and Feasible Ideas

۳D-Printing Responds to Covid-19 Outbreak: A Review on Simple and Feasible Ideas

With the outbreak of the coronavirus, the daily activities have been significantly disrupted. Therefore, the efforts of many research institutes in the world are focused on combating the spread of the virus. In this session of 3D Bio Club,...

تصویر: Priming mesenchymal stem cells in vivo: A game-changer to treat myocardial infarction induced hearts

Priming mesenchymal stem cells in vivo: A game-changer to treat myocardial infarction induced hearts

Despite the great potential of mesenchymal stem cells in various regeneration therapies, their application to treat myocardial infarction (MI)–induced hearts is limited. In  recent research by an international joint research team of POSTECH, Seoul St. Mary’s Hospital, and City...

تصویر: Development of functional scaffolds for bone tissue engineering using 3D-bioprinting

Development of functional scaffolds for bone tissue engineering using 3D-bioprinting

Extrusion-based 3D-printing is among the additive manufacturing (AM) techniques that have attracted much attention for the fabrication of bone tissue engineering scaffolds with defined geometries and internal structure. The aim of the studies performed in this thesis was to...

تصویر: Development of high performance nano- bioink

Development of high performance nano- bioink

Despite considerable development of bioprinting methods, real applications in tissue engineering are still limited due to challenges in development of a suitable bioink with high printability and cell viability. Therefore, we will host Dr. Zandi for the introduction of...

تصویر: ۳D-Bio Club: 3D Bioprinting novel applications

۳D-Bio Club: 3D Bioprinting novel applications

Due to Covid-19 outbreak, OmidAfarinan team decided to hold an online webinar entitled “۳D Bioprinting Novel Applications” from “۳D-Bio Club” series. In this session, Mr. Majid Hajihosseinali as the co-founder and CEO at OmidAfarinan Company, will discuss the recent...

تصویر: (A Handheld 3D Bioprinter is Developed to Reconstruct Volumetric Muscle Loss (VML

(A Handheld 3D Bioprinter is Developed to Reconstruct Volumetric Muscle Loss (VML

Reconstructive surgery is yet not successful in the regeneration of volumetric muscle loss (VML). The defect geometry is patient dependent which limits the reliability of many common methods. 3D bioprinting, as a new emerging technology, can circumvent many of...

تصویر: The importance of neural and muscular cells integration in 3D bioprinted skeletal muscle constructs

The importance of neural and muscular cells integration in 3D bioprinted skeletal muscle constructs

Regenerative medicine has been promised regeneration of muscular constructs that mimic structural and functional characteristics of native skeletal muscles. Recently, scientists at Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine (WFIRM), have accelerated restoration of skeletal muscle through integration of neural...

تصویر: A New Kit from Omiad Afarinan Company for Printing of Hollow and Core/Shell structures

A New Kit from Omiad Afarinan Company for Printing of Hollow and Core/Shell structures

Nowadays, technologies such as 3D bioprinting boost the fabrication of various tissue and organ models. One of the challenging models is tubular structures preset in various body parts. Omid Afarinan company has recently provided an innovative kit named 3DbioHollow®...

تصویر: The 3DBioprinting Technology

The 3DBioprinting Technology

Innovative techniques for tissue engineering can have a tremendous impact on the future of the medical world. 3D bio-printing is a transformational technology holds great promise for the development of processes in the field of tissue engineering and regenerative...

تصویر: Fabrication of Hydrogel Fibers with Controllable Biophysical and Biochemical Features

Fabrication of Hydrogel Fibers with Controllable Biophysical and Biochemical Features

Hydrogel structures with morphological features at microscale have various applications in tissue engineering and regenerative medicine due to their ability to induce cellular behavior in a controlled and desired manner. In a very recent study managed by Iranian researchers...

تصویر: A New Product from Omiad Afarinan Company for Treatment of Bone Defects

A New Product from Omiad Afarinan Company for Treatment of Bone Defects

۳D printing can be used for many industrial and biomedical purposes. Omid Afarinan company has recently produced an innovative product named Cranio® for treatment of diseases such as craniosynostosis, hemifacial microsomia (HFM), and hypertelorism in which a person is inflicted...

تصویر: ۳D Bioprinting Technology in Plant Science: A New Approach

۳D Bioprinting Technology in Plant Science: A New Approach

Over the last decade, the development of technologies such as 3D bioprinting has engendered paradigm shift in many scientific areas including plant biology. For instance, 3D bioprinted constructs of plant cells or inspired by plants decipher information about single-cell,...

تصویر: Experts at OmidAfarinan Mohandesi Ayande Hold Special Training Courses and Workshops

Experts at OmidAfarinan Mohandesi Ayande Hold Special Training Courses and Workshops

For the first time, the team of experts at OmidAfarinan Mohandesi Ayande, the first commercial group focusing on 3D Bioprinting in Iran, hold Special Training Courses and Workshops in the following context Training (Theoretical And Practical) Workshops Comprehensive Course...

تصویر: Creation of full-thickness skin in the very near future using a new 3D bioprinting technique

Creation of full-thickness skin in the very near future using a new 3D bioprinting technique

Scientists at the University of Huddersfield have pioneered the development of a new technique (named SLAM) for using 3D printing to produce soft gel medical implants customized to the needs of individual patients