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Bioprinter

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Bio-PrinterThe NanoOne Bio two-photon bio-printer from UpNano GmbH features a hydrogel-based bio-ink that allows the direct printing of 3D structures containing living cells at both the meso- and microscales.

The resin embeds living cells straight from a culture plate within highly precise 3D-printed structures for biological applications. The 780-nm red light laser of the NanoOne Bio is not harmful to living cells, even at the high power used by the NanoOne printers. The laser allows for the use of optics that enable the fast production of cm large structures with high precision down to the nanoscale.


BioPhotonics
Sep/Oct 2021
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