Creative Biolabs

Creative Biolabs
During the last few years, remarkable progress has been made in gene and cell therapy. Positive proof-of-principle results have been obtained for several diseases, such as adrenoleukodystrophy, hemophilia IX, β-thalassemia, malignant glioblastoma, leukemia and other types of cancer. Thus, it is expected that several new gene therapy products will enter the clinical arena in the not-so-distant future. In cell therapy, iPS cell technology has opened huge possibilities for cell therapy and regenerative medicine. There are still significant challenges in gene and cell therapy before these new approaches can enter main stream medicine. Significant safety issues have been reported in some trials and the need for better vectors, delivery techniques and treatment genes are widely recognized. With years of experience in providing high-quality products and services in the field of biopharmaceuticals for customers all over the world, scientists in Creative Biolabs will be more focused on developing first class product and technology to meet the need of stem cell therapy development.

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3D Bioprint Service

Three-dimensional (3D) bioprint, otherwise termed additive manufacturing, is driving major innovations in many fields, including manufacturing, engineering, art, education and medicine. Although a newly established technology, 3D bioprint has been developed at a rapid growth during the last decade. This approach helps to achieve increasingly cell-based therapies by working with diverse materials, like plastic, metal and ceramics. Creative Biolabs has employed a large number of top-level scientists and purchased intelligent equipment so that is capable of providing one-step, customized cell therapy services with many different cell lineages through this latest 3D bioprint technique.

3D Bioprint Introduction
3D bioprint is a tool for manufacture that utilizes 3D printing and 3D printing-like techniques to create living tissues and functional organs. This method combines cells, growth factors, and biomaterials to fabricate biomedical products that maximally simulate natural tissue features. Generally, 3D bioprint works in a layer-by-layer manner by which materials gradually deposited to obtain the bioprinted structure. This strategy covers a wide spectrum of starting materials, classified into metals, ceramics, natural polymers, synthetic polymers, and various combinations of these. The materials are also known as bioinks, a hydrogel biomaterial, allowing the adhesion and proliferation of living cells.

A typical process of 3D bioprint technology includes below steps, imaging, design approach, materials selection, and bioprinting. This strategy has been widely used in biological and clinical research, which could revolutionize the diagnosis and treatment of diverse medical conditions.

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