Cell and tissue models

Need inspiration for your next project? We spend time researching the applications of our technology for all cell types. Scroll on to see a sample of the possibilities that bioprinting will bring to your lab.

Drug uptake and metabolism

Culturing and evaluating the viability of Caco 2 cells bio- printed in CELLINK EPI X ink.

Investigating two different liver models by 3D bioprinting liver cells in HEP X.

Evaluating the viability of 3D printed beta cells in PAN X bioink.

Nervous system

Developing a cell viable conductive bioink using GelMA base bioink, and single walled carbon nanotube to enhance conductivity.

CELLINK is developing specific bioinks for neural tissues which can be used for specialized spinal cord neural cells such as motor neurons and astrocytes.


Developing a full thickness skin tissue model with three layers using the technique of 3D bioprinting.


Investigating if 3D bioprinting will enable spheroid formation of lung cancer cells.


Evaluation and optimization of an angiogenesis promoting bioink.


Bioprinted heart tissue models will enable understanding of cardiovascular disease and advancement in therapeutic discoveries.


Tuning the mechanical microenvironment for bone formation via different crosslinking methods.