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Israeli firm seeking breakthrough in 3D organ printing with biological ink


“We are promoting commercial collaborations with leading international companies in the field of 3D bio-printing of tissue and organ, with the aim of taking part in providing a solution to the significant need for life saving organs,” said Yehiel Tal, CEO of CollPlant. “This market need represents high economic potential for the company.” CollPlant’s bio-ink enables the printing of three-dimensional scaffolds combined with human cells and/or growth factors, as a basis for tissue or organ generation, a statement from the company explained. In addition to making use of collagen, the ink formulations can also include other proteins and ...