24–25 August 2023
Mauno Koivisto Centre, BioCity, Turku, FINLAND
Join us at the upcoming Symposium as we explore the mechanisms regulating tissue architecture and homeostasis in biological organisms. This complex and dynamic “sculpting” process is carefully coordinated from the very beginning of life. Cells build tissues by proliferating, migrating, altering phenotype, and generating a modifiable extracellular matrix (ECM). Brinter 3D bioprinter is a technology leader in this field, and re-creation of tissues with a 3D bioprinter is the key to studying and understand these processes better.
ECM’s biochemical and biomechanical properties determine cell behavior and cell-cell crosstalk, to control gene expression and cell state, and the response to injury and insult (tissue repair, fibrosis, inflammation, cancer) and therapeutic targeting. Brinter’s modular 3D bioprinter can handle and print all the different materials in the ECM-field.
You are very welcome to visit our booth at the symposium, to test our Brinter 3D bioprinter, and to talk more about your science.