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Israeli firm successfully tests 3-D printing for stem cells

(JNS.org) The Israeli 3-D printing firm Nano Dimension Ltd. has successfully tested a 3-D bioprinter for stem cells, which is a first step on the way to the ability to print tissues and organs. The laboratory trial, conducted with the Israeli biotech firm Accellta Ltd., showed that the company’s adapted printer could quickly make a large amount of high-resolution cells.

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