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Nanoscribe and Advanced BioMatrix present new bioresins

Nanoscribe and Advanced BioMatrix have joined forces to enhance bioprinting through the introduction of four advanced bioresins for two-photon polymerization (2PP) 3D printing. This partnership combines Nanoscribe’s expertise in precision 3D printing with Advanced BioMatrix’s know-how in biomaterial development. The goal is to significantly expand bioprinting capabilities and provide researchers in the life sciences and biomedicine with new opportunities for discovery and innovation.

The new bioresins from Advanced BioMatrix expand the range of materials available to users of the Quantum X bio system and enable high-resolution 3D bioprinting solutions. This expansion represents a significant advance and supports the quest for reproducible, efficient and customizable bioprinting solutions. To fully exploit the potential of two-photon polymerization and drive innovation in 3D bioprinting, compatible biomaterials are crucial. Advanced BioMatrix, a leading developer of materials for 3D biofabrication, is enabling breakthrough discoveries in life sciences and biology.

This collaboration enables the fabrication of complex structures with unprecedented detail and precision. Researchers and scientists can use Nanoscribe’s two-photon polymerization technology to achieve biological cell and tissue resolution, creating structures that mimic natural tissue environments.

“Advanced BioMatrix resins exceed expectations in quality and versatility. They empower live cell printing with high cell viability and enable the creation of complex 3D hydrogel structures”, explains Dr. Marc Hippler, Project Manager for Quantum X bio at Nanoscribe.

The introduction of these four new bioresins opens up new possibilities in 3D bioprinting. Each of these resins addresses specific challenges in the field and offers customized solutions for various applications. PhotoGel (methacrylated gelatin) is ideal for printing living cells, cell colonization and various tissue engineering tasks. PhotoHA-Stiff (methacrylated hyaluronic acid) offers customizable stiffness and is ideal for cell colonization, migration studies and membrane formation. PhotoDextran (methacrylated dextran) allows customization of stiffness and is a versatile option for tissue engineering and the construction of extracellular matrix scaffolds with precise mechanical properties.

Finally, PhotoChitosan (methacrylated chitosan) offers antimicrobial activity and biodegradability, making it suitable for applications ranging from cell colonization to drug delivery systems and regenerative medicine. These bioresins have the potential to revolutionize life sciences and biology, paving the way for new discoveries and advances in research and therapeutic development.

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