The importance of neural and muscular cells integration in 3D bioprinted skeletal muscle constructs
A New Kit from Omiad Afarinan Company for Printing of Hollow and Core/Shell structures
Fabrication of Hydrogel Fibers with Controllable Biophysical and Biochemical Features
۳D Bioprinting Technology in Plant Science: A New Approach
Creation of full-thickness skin in the very near future using a new 3D bioprinting technique
Patient‐Specific 3D Bioprinted Model for treatment of pediatric cardiology
Creation of functional liver tissue in 90 days using 3D bioprinting
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
Omid Afarinan, as the first national company in Iran, has gathered experts from different fields of science with the aim of producing novel bioinks. Omid Afarinan bioinks are cost-effective, have high printability, mimic extracellular matrix (ECM) and provide a suitable environment for cell proliferation, growth, and differentiation. Some of the new unique bioinks of the 3D-Bio Team are PCL, PCL/Starch, Alginate and Alginate/Gelatin bioinks. In addition to a variety of bioinks from thermoplastic materials to hydrogels, the company also produces custom-made bioinks for specific applications.
Cranio® Bone Implant
OmidAfarinan specific alginate-based bioinks provide a biocompatible environment, offering the ability to balance printability with cell viability. The test results with different cell types show that in addition to high printability and stability, it has a significant effect on cell viability.
Combination of alginate and gelatin has widely used in tissue engineering scaffolds, wound dressings and as a carrier for drug delivery. Soft-Ink® is a biodegradable bioink based on pure Alginate and Gelatin which can support growth and proliferation of any cell type of soft tissues. One of the main features of this bioink is high printability and uniformity with the ability to adjust the stiffness of its printed matrix.