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3D bioprinting is one of the brave new worlds in life science – but like most nascent markets, there are very few standards and tools with which to work. It’s much like a farmer who must build his or her own tractor before planting the first seed.
Xanofi is moving rapidly to release a line of nanofiber-based products – initially synthetic hydrogels and collagens – that will help your 3D bioprinting efforts. Why nano? For starters, our 3D bio-inks will provide better mechanical stability over non-nano products. Highly dispersed nanofibers can control both the viscosity of the printing material as well as the strength. Xanofi’s offering will also provide cell growing enhancements like greater density and increase proliferation rates.
Call us if you’d like to learn more about our 3D bioprinting inks!