israeli firms develop high-speed 3d printer for stem cells
JERUSALEM (Reuters)- Nano Dimension success Lab, Israel 3D printer The company said on Wednesday it tested 3D bioprinting of stem cells, paving the way for potential printing of large tissues and organs. While 3D printers have been used to make stem cells for research, Nano Dimension says the experiment is with Accellta Ltd, an Israeli biotech company. together, this shows that its adapted printer can quickly create a large number of high-resolution batteries. \"The technical-backed 3D bio-printing of the two companies means that nano-size and Accellta have the potential to accelerate the high fidelity and high-energy manufacturing of living cell products,\" the two companies said . \". \"Accellta\'s technology can provide a large number of high-quality cells that can even be a promoter of printing large and complex tissues and organs,\" they said . \". Prior to the announcement, the Nano shares trading in Tel Aviv was suspended. Market research firm IDTechEx predicts that the bio-printing market will grow rapidly over the next decade, from $6 billion in 2024 to $0. 481 billion in 2014. According to IDTechEX, the technology has pre- Clinical Drug Discovery and testing, cosmetic safety testing, toxicology analysis, tissue printing and \"organs on the chip \". By combining the high-speed inkjet function of Nano Dimension with Accellta\'s stem cell suspension technology, Amit Dror, CEO of Nano Dimension, said they could \"achieve high resolution and high volume 3D printing The companies said they would consider setting up a new entity, but did not intend to invest heavily directly in expanding the activity as they would raise funds separately for the use of the joint entity.