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At XPECT-INX, we are focusing on the commercialisation of materials and bioinks for 3D bioprinting by utilizing decades of academic experience in the field of polymers and biomaterials.
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humabiologics
Humabiologics, Inc is a regenerative medicine startup founded by scientists and tissue industry experts with scientific, quality, regulatory and technology transfer expertise to address the gap between the gift of donated human tissues and researchers. Currently, the availability of human-derived biomaterials for regenerative therapies and research is limited due to unstable supply channels, low quality, and high prices. Humabiologics is dedicated to extending the gift of donation by developing and commercializing high quality, supply-stable and affordable human-derived biomaterials from tissue and organs for regenerative medicine therapies that complies with the FDA's 21 CFR 1271 regulation and the tissue industry quality system standards. By stretching the gift of donation we strive to help as many people as possible with our unique product.
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Allegro 3D is an emerging 3D printing and bioprinting company located in San Diego, a world hub for biotechnology. At the convergence of advanced additive manufacturing, stem cell biology and biomaterials, Allegro 3D’s expertise in bioprinting and biomaterials enables high-throughput manufacturing of advanced biomedical devices, cell matrices and precision human tissues for cell culture, drug screening, therapeutics and regenerative medicine.
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Foldink® is a Biotechnology startup which provides 3D Bioprinting technology to biomedical scientists who are conducting research in tissue engineering and regenerative medicine.
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axolotel biosystems
Axolotl Biosystems creates high-resolution desktop 3D bioprinters and bioinks capable of producing functional three dimensional living tissues. Built to reduce the high costs of traditional 3D bioprinting systems, the accessibility to researchers and flexible open system architecture for construct design is making Axolotl Biosystems products the platform of choice for leading bioengineering laboratories around the world.
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black drop
Black Drop Biodrucker GmbH is a German 3D-bioprinting company located in the heart of Europe.
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sunmax
Founded in 2001, with technology out of the benchmarking collagen experts from United States, Sunmax has grown into a highly recognized, public-listed biomedical company in Taiwan. With the capability to develop, manufacture and market high standard collagen-base medical devices, Sunmax is dedicated to have more and more patients to benefit from our innovations in the field of regeneration.
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A future for our children and grandchildren, whose medical care is governed and guided by health and not disease: Safe cell treatments and regenerative therapies that heal and save lives; humane and accessible to everyone. We have dedicated ourselves to regenerative medicine – ethical, responsible, visionary and passionate!
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Creative Biolabs
During the last few years, remarkable progress has been made in gene and cell therapy. Positive proof-of-principle results have been obtained for several diseases, such as adrenoleukodystrophy, hemophilia IX, β-thalassemia, malignant glioblastoma, leukemia and other types of cancer. Thus, it is expected that several new gene therapy products will enter the clinical arena in the not-so-distant future. In cell therapy, iPS cell technology has opened huge possibilities for cell therapy and regenerative medicine. There are still significant challenges in gene and cell therapy before these new approaches can enter main stream medicine. Significant safety issues have been reported in some trials and the need for better vectors, delivery techniques and treatment genes are widely recognized. With years of experience in providing high-quality products and services in the field of biopharmaceuticals for customers all over the world, scientists in Creative Biolabs will be more focused on developing first class product and technology to meet the need of stem cell therapy development.
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Our patented 3D hydrogel technology is used in a wide range of biomedical applications.
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bioinksolution
Bioink solution's mission is to be our customer's trusted partner in translating scientific discoveries to the clinic.
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We are a tech start-up based in Stockholm, Sweden. Akira Science provides pliable 3D-printed scaffolds for soft tissue engineering. Our customized scaffolds are the result of the combined expertise in degradable polymer synthesis, mechanical simulation and cell-material interaction.
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T&R Biofab Co. Ltd., manufactures bioresorbable scaffolds that aid in regeneration and reconstruction of tissues and organs using innovative 3D printing technology.
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Lonza
Lonza is an integrated solutions provider that creates value along the Healthcare Continuum.
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VIVAX
Headquartered in New York, NY, VIVAX BIO is a global biotech company focusing on 3D bioprinting and working on the whole range of the hardware, materials, technologies, and products constituting this nascent industry. Our product pipeline – from the earliest stages of R&D to commercial manufacturing - comprises items as diverse as our FABION bioprinter, a new line of bioprinters based on different technologies, including in situ portable bioprinters, and various tissue and organ constructs.
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Volumetric, Inc. was founded in 2018 by Jordan Miller and Bagrat Grigoryan. Our mission is to empower the next generation of advanced biofabrication with high quality materials and systems for 3D bioprinting.
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3D Hydrogel and bioink company. | Biogelx is helping people work in translational science, drug discovery and tissue engineering by 'making in vitro cell cultures more in vivo'. We do this through manufacturing and supplying 3D cell cultures that can be tuned to specific tissues and synthetic bioinks that are reproducible, scalable, easy to handle and suitable for clinical decision making.
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BiogelxTM has launched a new range of bioinks which are optimized for use in 3D bioprinting and maintain all the benefits of our standard range of products. The BiogelxTM Inks are composed of synthetic peptide hydrogels which form a nanofibrous network, mimicking the extracellular-matrix which supports cell growth, signaling, and proliferation. Our new generation bio-inks have applications in fundamental cell research, toxicology, and drug screening, and may ultimately be translated to cell therapy or regenerative medicine
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biolamina
We are a Swedish biotechnology company with a global presence, offering cell culture matrices for culturing of primary cells. BioLamina is built on a scientific foundation with a legacy in matrix biology and solid experience in cell culture based research.
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qrons
Founded in 2016, Qrons is a publicly traded, preclinical biotechnology company, developing advanced cell-based solutions to combat neurological injuries. While we are laser-focused on traumatic brain injury (TBI), our technology could potentially treat a wide range of neurodegenerative diseases.
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