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CELLINK is a 3D Bioprinting company and global leader in bioinks for bioprinting of human tissue and organs. CELLINK is the first bioink company in the world, the bioinks can be used universally on a wide range of 3D Bioprinters. The unique biocompatibility and printability of our bioink offers outstanding results that will take your research to the next level.

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BIOTECH SECTOR TO DRIVE ADVANCEMENTS IN CANCER TREATMENTS

cellink | August 10, 2017

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WuXi AppTec has identified smaller, nimble biotech and early stage companies as the single biggest factor behind the next generation of development approaches. The report concludes the next 5 years will be the most promising in the fight against cancer with immunotherapies such as CAR-T, moderating T-Cells and innate immunity therapies delivering far better patient outcomes....

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3D BIOPRINTED VASCULARIZED LIVER TISSUE TO INCREASE ACCURACY OF DRUG TOXICITY TESTING

cellink | August 15, 2017

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An international team of researchers has developed a method for creating 3D printed vasularized liver tissue. The bioprinting breakthrough could have important applications for drug toxicity testing and drug screening. In the field of bioprinting, the future looks bright as we expect to one day have access to 3D printed organs and implantable tissues. At the moment, however, researchers in the field are still working to overcome some pretty significant hurdles. One of them, perhaps the most sign...

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BIO-INSPIRED MATERIALS GIVE BOOST TO REGENERATIVE MEDICINE

cellink | August 22, 2017

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What if one day, we could teach our bodies to self-heal like a lizard’s tail, and make severe injury or disease no more threatening than a paper cut? Or heal tissues by coaxing cells to multiply, repair or replace damaged regions in loved ones whose lives have been ravaged by stroke, Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s disease? Such is the vision, promise and excitement in the burgeoning field of regenerative medicine, now a major ASU initiative to boost 21st-century medical research di...

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PIONEERING PANCREATIC CELL 3D PRINTER DEVELOPED

cellink | December 13, 2017

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A 3D printer developed to help people with type 1 diabetescould help tackle “big clinical challenges”, researchers say. The Pancreatic Islet Cell Transplantation (PICT) 3D Printer works by delivering insulin-producing islet cells. It has been developed by an Australian research team, who have gifted it to the Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH), making it the first hospital in the country to receive such cutting-edge technology. At the moment, islet cell transplantation from human donors i...

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BIOTECH SECTOR TO DRIVE ADVANCEMENTS IN CANCER TREATMENTS

cellink | August 10, 2017

WuXi AppTec has identified smaller, nimble biotech and early stage companies as the single biggest factor behind the next generation of development approaches. The report concludes the next 5 years will be the most promising in the fight against cancer with immunotherapies such as CAR-T, moderating T-Cells and innate immunity therapies delivering far better patient outcomes....

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3D BIOPRINTED VASCULARIZED LIVER TISSUE TO INCREASE ACCURACY OF DRUG TOXICITY TESTING

cellink | August 15, 2017

An international team of researchers has developed a method for creating 3D printed vasularized liver tissue. The bioprinting breakthrough could have important applications for drug toxicity testing and drug screening. In the field of bioprinting, the future looks bright as we expect to one day have access to 3D printed organs and implantable tissues. At the moment, however, researchers in the field are still working to overcome some pretty significant hurdles. One of them, perhaps the most sign...

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BIO-INSPIRED MATERIALS GIVE BOOST TO REGENERATIVE MEDICINE

cellink | August 22, 2017

What if one day, we could teach our bodies to self-heal like a lizard’s tail, and make severe injury or disease no more threatening than a paper cut? Or heal tissues by coaxing cells to multiply, repair or replace damaged regions in loved ones whose lives have been ravaged by stroke, Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s disease? Such is the vision, promise and excitement in the burgeoning field of regenerative medicine, now a major ASU initiative to boost 21st-century medical research di...

Read More
news image

PIONEERING PANCREATIC CELL 3D PRINTER DEVELOPED

cellink | December 13, 2017

A 3D printer developed to help people with type 1 diabetescould help tackle “big clinical challenges”, researchers say. The Pancreatic Islet Cell Transplantation (PICT) 3D Printer works by delivering insulin-producing islet cells. It has been developed by an Australian research team, who have gifted it to the Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH), making it the first hospital in the country to receive such cutting-edge technology. At the moment, islet cell transplantation from human donors i...

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