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Digilab Presents CellJet At 2010 Biofabrication Conference

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The conference highlighted bio-printing of cells, molecules, proteins, bio-compatible materials and organs.  Syverud and Kanani had been invited to present their recent research using Digilab’s CellJet live-cell printer. Chirantan Kanani also currently a biomedical engineering student at WPI, was introduced to Digilab through the Massachusetts Life Sciences Center Internship challenge

The presentation, “CellJet: A Novel Technology for Bio-Printing,” covered the recent successes that Digilab and collaborators have had with their commercially available, live cell printer, in printing various cell types and hydrogels including human stem cells with greater than 98% viability.  The validation studies have significant implications of establishing the CellJet as a reliable tool for bio-fabrication of organs, stem cell research and for use in cellular assays, toxicology studies etc.  These developments bring the CellJet within reach of constructing three dimensional structures using cells and other biological materials, with the eventual aim of regenerating human tissues. Digilab has developed a product portfolio that addresses, sample preparation, sample handling, sample identification and analysis for life science researchers.