3D Bioprinting involves making polymer-based scaffolds with cells included. These biomaterials have the ability to mimic the cell's natural environment (ECM) by carefully controlling their viscosity and mechanical properties.
Bioinks are materials engineered to mimic a specific cell ECM, and is part of the solution that provides Cell-Compatible Scaffolds. These scaffolds are usually temporary to nurture living cells.
Our Materials for 3D
Start your journey in 3D cell cultures with Avay's standardized and sterilized biomaterial range
Gelatin Methacryloyl (GelMA)
Made from a choice of porcine or bovine gelatin, obtain strong print scaffolds capable of supporting liver and bone cells