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3D Printing Laboratory Opened in Amur Region
8.02.2018 15:15
3D Printing Laboratory Opened in Amur Region

The cell laboratory plans to grow the first cells of human skin and start printing 3D organs by the end of this year.


It has been launched in Blagoveshchensk town of the Amur Region.


"3D printing is only developing in the world, and we are working with partners from Novosibirsk on equipment that could print organ cells - liver tissue, skin tissues, etc. Engineers are developing a software program, while we are devising the bioink for 3D printing”, - Director General of the Next Gene Biosystem company, Sergey Belugin, pointed out.


All the "printed” material will be used in medicine. For example, the grown skin will be applied in burn care facilities.


Another direction of ​​the laboratory is a more in-depth study of cancer treatment. In the future, the scientists are planning to open a cryobank.




Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: 3D Printing Blagoveshchensk Amur Region   

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