Application notes

Written by scientists for scientists, these papers cover a wide range of applications and highlight novel ways to optimize one’s research with our devices, technologies and consumables.

Evaluating the Dispensing Precision of TeloCol Collagen Using the BIO ONE

Developing Collagen Contraction Assays by Bioprinting Droplet and Ring Constructs

Printing resorbable bone implants suitable for in vitro studies and in vivo bone repair

3D bioprinted reproducible tissue models for translational research using the medical grade bioink CELLINK Vivoink

Bioprinting of nano- and microliter droplets using the Electromagnetic Droplet Printhead

FRESH Bioprinting of Soft Biomaterials

High throughput bioprinting of cell therapy vehicles to treat ocular diseases like conjunctival disorder

3D Bioprinting of Liver Mimetic Models with Regionally Varied Stiffness

Bioprinting human microheart models for precision medicine and drug discovery​

3D Bioprinting of a Complex Skin Construct Using the BIO X6 Bioprinter

High-throughput Spheroid Formation and Migration with TeloCol-10 for Improved Stability

High-resolution Confocal Imaging of 3D Bioprinted Liver Constructs with RCM2 System

3D Bioprinting of Self-standing Collagen Constructs for Soft Tissue Engineering

Automated Spheroid Invasion Assay Using Collagen from Advanced BioMatrix

Biofabrication of Vascularized Skin Tissue Models with DLP and Extrusion Bioprinters

Biofabrication of Bioreactors with DLP and Extrusion Bioprinters

A 3D Bioprinted Model of Multicellular Lung Cancer Assembloids

Biofabricating Airway Epithelial Models for COVID-19 Research

A 3D Bioprinted Model to Study Osteogenic Differentiation of Primary Mesenchymal Stem Cells

Using Cell Collect Products to Harvest Cells from 3D Constructs

Ex Vivo Natural Killer Cell Assay Using 3D Bioprinted Cervical Cancer Tumor Models

Optimized Bioprinting of Advanced Tissue Models with the BIO X6

Printing Alginate Beads: A Technical Note

In Vitro 3D Lung Cancer Model Presents a More Relevant Expression of Junctional Proteins than 2D Cultures

Advanced In Vitro 3D Models to Investigate iPSC Pluripotency and Capillary Network Formation of HUVECs

3D Bioprinting Skin Tissue Models Using Primary Cells

Evaluating Liver Toxicity in Bioprinted Mini Livers

Comparing Drug Response in 2D Cultures and 3D Bioprinted Tumoroids

3D Bioprinted Tumor Model for Immuno-oncology Applications