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3D Bioprinting - A New Era Of Cell Biology

3D printing has rapidly evolved, with major applications in the field of medicine. One of the greatest advances leading to 3D bioprinting was the development of biomaterials, cells, and supporting components for the fabrication of functional living tissues.

Kemomed invested into the implementation of the new 3D bioprinter BIO X which is promising in regenerative medicine and 3D biology. We are happy to announce that, Kemomed is official distributor for CELLINK 3D bioprinters for ExYu Balkan countries.


Why Cellink?

Because they have complete in-house product development and manufacturing. An innovative company with a lot of application expertise worldwide.


From simple bioprinters to more complicated one`s

The first two bioprinters are using extrusion-based bioprinting technologies, that precisely dispenses bio-compatible materials layer by layer, following tool paths generated in slices from 3D models. These bioprinters are designed with flexibility in mind to give bioengineers the freedom to work with a wider range of biomaterials, opening the door for more relevant tissue engineering.

INKREDIBLE bioprinters are a pneumatic-based extrusion bioprinters with dual printheads and a UV LED curing system. It’s a cost-effective unit that enables innovators to enter the 3D bioprinting field and print living tissues at ease.

BIO X is the first 3D bioprinter in the world with Intelligent Printheads (iPH), ensuring your research is always on the cutting edge. BIO X printheads are designed with flexibility, beauty, and simplicity in mind. The best part is that you can design your own dispensing technologies or methods to use with BIO X system.

Holograph X leverages high-resolution holographic stereolithography to bio-print extremely small structures.

The proprietary multiphoton laser system prints biocompatible materials with up to 150,000 points of light per second to produce a user-generated structure. Users can rapidly print high-resolution structures that replicate human capillaries and ultra-fine extracellular matrices. The printing process is non-toxic and can be performed in the presence of cells.

Lumen X offers high resolution, high throughput, and high fidelity – enhancing applications in microfluidics, cell-laden hydrogels, macroporous structures, and more. Designed to bioprint vasculature with biocompatible blue light, Lumen X gives you a powerful advantage in achieving complex branching and tapering of vessels.

There is plenty of applications where can be used three-dimensional (3D) bioprinting. it is a state-of-the-art technology to fabricate biological constructs with hierarchical architecture similar to their native counterparts. Developing living functional tissues by artificial means can address an unmet need in tissue replacement and organ transplantation. With this perspective, bioprinting is gaining overwhelming acceptance from doctors and researchers across the globe as a viable option to improve the lives of disease-stricken patients. Despite the current success, considerable research is still required for the fabrication of compatible tissue grafts and full organ transplantation. In the near future, 3D bioprinting will achieve new heights by patient-driven precision medicine and complex-tissue fabrication.


[1] Progress in 3D bioprinting technology for tissue/organ regenerative engineering

[3] 3D Bioprinting of Living Tissues

Prepared by Vesna Kokondoska Grgich, MSc of Biotechnology.

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