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Nanoscribe and Advanced BioMatrix offer four new bioresins

Tailored for 2PP 3D printing with the Quantum X bio system

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Nanoscribe, a 3D printer and grayscale lithography system developer, and Advanced BioMatrix, a company specializing in 3D applications for tissue culture, cell assay, bioprinting, and cell proliferation, have partnered to launch four advanced bioresins tailored for Two-Photon Polymerization (2PP).

This partnership combines Nanoscribe’s expertise in ultra-precise 3D printing with Advanced BioMatrix’s proficiency in biomaterial development – aiming to significantly enhance bioprinting capabilities. These bioresins offer unmatched precision, resolution, and versatility – providing researchers in the life sciences and biomedical fields with new opportunities for discovery and innovation to advance human health.

Nanoscribe and Advanced BioMatrix offer four new bioresins, tailored for 2PP 3D printing with the Quantum X bio system.
Printing 2.5D topographies with hyaluronic acid (HA) from Advanced BioMatrix.

The new offering of bioresins from Advanced BioMatrix’s provides Quantum X bio users with access to an expanded range of materials carefully developed for high-resolution 3D bioprinting. This expansion represents a significant leap forward in the quest for more reproducible, efficient, and customizable bioprinting solutions. Compatible biomaterials are essential to fully leverage the potential of 2PP and drive innovation in 3D bioprinting.

High-resolution 3D bioprinting

This collaboration enables the fabrication of intricate structures with unprecedented detail and accuracy. Researchers and scientists can leverage Nanoscribe’s 2PP technology to achieve resolutions on the scale of biological cells and tissues – enabling the creation of sophisticated 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,” said Dr. Marc Hippler, Project Manager for Quantum X bio at Nanoscribe.

Nanoscribe and Advanced BioMatrix offer four new bioresins, tailored for 2PP 3D printing with the Quantum X bio system.
Live cell printing with Advanced BioMatrix bioresin.

3D bioprinting applications

Each resin addresses specific challenges encountered in the field – offering tailored solutions for diverse applications. PhotoGel (methacrylated gelatin) is the ideal solution for live-cell printing, cell seeding, and various tissue engineering tasks. PhotoHA-Stiff (methacrylated hyaluronic acid) offers customizable stiffness – ideal for cell seeding, migration studies, and membrane creation. PhotoDextran (methacrylated dextran) allows for the adjustment of stiffness, making it a versatile option for tissue engineering and constructing extracellular matrix scaffolds with precise mechanical properties. Finally, PhotoChitosan (methacrylated chitosan) exhibits antimicrobial activity and biodegradability – catering to applications ranging from cell seeding to drug delivery systems and regenerative medicine applications. These bioresins have the potential to revolutionize the life sciences and biology, paving the way for new discoveries and advancements in research and therapeutic development.

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