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3D organ printing will become a new breakthrough point for biological therapy

Date: 2018-05-31
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Source: souhu hot

In recent years, biological therapy has attracted increasing attention from scholars at home and abroad. In particular, stem cell technology has made great breakthroughs in the field of biological therapy. Stem cells have brought gratifying results in both immunotherapy and clinical treatment, and the maturity of 3D technology has opened the curtain for the two-dimensional and three-dimensional upgrade of stem cells, which is expected to drive the biological innovation revolution and bring human medical technology. The new upgrade. So what impact will 3D technology bring to the future development of biotherapies? On these issues, Dr. Ren Wei, a senior consultant of the Shirre Life Group and a senior expert on virtual reality 3D technology, was interviewed.


3D technology promotes stem cell technology upgrade


Under the impetus of governments of various countries, research on regenerative medicine has achieved tremendous development in recent years. Stem cells have developed very rapidly as the most dynamic research field of regenerative medicine. Stem cells have great research and application value in the three fields of life sciences, new drug trials and disease research. Now they have been widely used in fields such as replacement therapy of drug regenerative cells and drug screening, and have become the focus of world attention and research.


With the advent of 3D technology, there has been a breakthrough in stem cell technology. In the past, stem cell research only stayed in the two-dimensional state and was applied to clinical treatment research after treatment in petri dishes. Today, 3D technology brings stem cell research into 3D and uses 3D technology to print human tissue or organ models to allow stem cells to grow naturally in a model environment. This combination of stem cell technology and 3D technology allows stem cell research to be conducted under conditions that are closer to the natural environment. Researchers can observe that cells interact complexly with each other in th