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تصویر: Patient‐Specific 3D Bioprinted Model for treatment of pediatric cardiology

Patient‐Specific 3D Bioprinted Model for treatment of pediatric cardiology

     In a collaboration between Georgia Tech, Emory and Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, a patient‐specific 3D bioprinted model based on modified gelatin was developed for treatment of pediatric cardiology  

تصویر: Creation of functional liver tissue in 90 days using 3D bioprinting

Creation of functional liver tissue in 90 days using 3D bioprinting

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Brizilian researchers have succeeded to create liver organoids using human blood cells. These mini-livers are able to perform all of the livers’ functions including production of vital proteins, storing vitamins, and bile secretion, to name a few. In this...

تصویر: Conducted researches by Omid Afrinan BioPrinters customers caught the attention of researchers participating in the 4th international and 6th national Congress of Wound and Tissue Repair

Conducted researches by Omid Afrinan BioPrinters customers caught the attention of researchers participating in the 4th international and 6th national Congress of Wound and Tissue Repair

The 4th international and 6th national Congress of Wound and Tissue Repair was held at Razi Conference Hall of Iran University of Medical Sciences from 19 to 22 November. Among the latest achievements in the field of dermatology, wound...

تصویر: A step closer to bone tissue engineering with aid of new Bioink manufactured by OmidAfarinan Co

A step closer to bone tissue engineering with aid of new Bioink manufactured by OmidAfarinan Co

Restoration of bone defects requires creative strategies that can be applied to the hierarchical structure of bone tissue from the nanoscale to the macro. For this purpose, we have to select materials that provide porous structures, with cell compatibility,...

تصویر: Texas A & M research team has developed a bioink to print therapeutic proteins in 3D

Texas A & M research team has developed a bioink to print therapeutic proteins in 3D

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A team of researchers at Texas A&M University has developed an innovative way to print therapeutics in 3D for regenerative medicine. They create a PEG-based bioink that exhibits a rheological profile suitable for precision delivery and 3D printing. The...