Room-temperature Transport of 3D Bioprinted Constructs

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To address the high costs of shipping cryopreserved constructs and tissues between laboratories, CELLINK and Atelerix present a novel method of transporting cell-laden 3D bioprinted constructs at room temperature, using a revolutionary hydrogel encapsulation technology.

The alginate hydrogel solution preserves the shape and structure of the bioprinted constructs and maintains the viability of embedded cells, such as stem cells, during shipping in 96-well plates with no need for refrigeration. WellReady™ in-plate preservation technology is cost-effective and easy to incorporate into many life science workflows.

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Explore our remarkable data on how well the bioprinted constructs maintained their shape and structure and cells remained viable after recovery from the WellReady hydrogel encapsulation.

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See a video on how the system works in practice

Get the link to the full video below, or watch the abridged version on our Youtube channel.

BIO X6 - Demo

BIO X6 - Demo