Print stem cells biorock tested on sheep

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2017-05-26 22:00:04

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Print stem cells biorock tested on sheep

Experts of the Australian Centre for medical research of Aikenhead developed a special «3D biorock» printing with stem cells last year, but only now got the chance to test it properly. As a material for printing in the handle applies a mixture of hydrogel and stem cells — such a mixture allows you to effectively restore cartilage, and heals difficult to treat injuries.

Compared with other methods used by scientists earlier, it is filling with stem cells the best results in the preliminary tests, so they decided to try a method of treatment for sheep.

«the Cartilage that we have with our new mix and borucki, is superior to the other options in all respects, but we have tested on the sheep all the popular methods commonly used in the treatment of people», — says one of the researchers Di Bella.

A Successful test and positive experience with the pen point to the impending possibility of the use of technology in the treatment of people. It is expected that clinical trials on humans will start before the end of this year, and while the researchers patent the invention and are Ironing out details with the documents.

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