CD BioSciences is a biotechnology company committed to providing high quality and convenient 3D bioprinting services, having a high resolution 3D printing technology platform based on microfluidic systems called 3Dmicroflu™. 3Dmicroflu™ can be applied to the study of cell growth, differentiation and developmental mechanisms in vitro. Our experienced team of experts are always on standby for your enquiries and orders.
The mechanisms of cell growth, differentiation and development are fundamental to the continuation of life, whether in humans, animals or plants. This process involves the selective expression of specific genes, the regulation of signalling pathways and the uptake of substances and energy required for cell growth.
In multicellular organisms, cell division is an important pathway for tissue growth and proliferation. The cell cycle acts as a checkpoint to ensure that cells divide into appropriately sized sub-cells.
Fig.1. Diagram of cell growth and proliferation. (Helfrid, H, et al., 2008)
The differentiation of cells results in the development of various cells of an organism from a single fertilised egg, which can differ markedly in form, structure and function. Those groups of cells that are morphologically similar, structurally identical and have certain functions are called tissues.
Fig.2. Diagram of the differentiation of stem cells into various functional cells.
Growth factors play a vital role in the process of cell growth. Growth factors are cytokines with cell growth stimulating activity that regulate cell division and cell survival. Their general properties are that they bind to cell membrane-specific receptors and have a role in regulating cell growth and development, with important regulatory effects on human immunity, haematopoietic regulation, tumourigenesis, inflammation and infection, wound healing, angiogenesis, cell differentiation, apoptosis, morphogenesis and embryogenesis.
CD BioSciences has the high-resolution 3Dmicroflu™ 3D bioprinting technology platform that can provide high-throughput printing of various cell types, such as multifunctional stem cells, cancer cells and normal cells. The process of cell growth, division and differentiation into functional tissues and organs has always been a fundamental and key project in biological research. The process involves the study of various physiological mechanisms and has important implications for the growth and development of living organisms, associated signalling pathways and the study of related diseases.
Fig.3. Construction of 3D tissue models of normal cell formation based on 3Dmicroflu™
The growth, proliferation and differentiation of cells involved in the construction of life-form organs and tissues using CD BioSciences' 3Dmicroflu™ 3D printing technology platform can be applied to the study of basic cell growth mechanisms. CD BioSciences is committed to providing you with a customisable environment for the growth of living organoid cells through customised bioinks in order to target organoid construction. In this way, you can carry out experiments to study the influence of various nutrients and different growth factor-controlled pathways during cell growth and development.
Fig.4. Construction of 3D tissue models of lesion cell formation based on 3Dmicroflu™
These processes of aberrant proliferation of diseased cells or the spread of diseased cells due to cell migration can also be studied in the construction of various disease models on CD BioSciences' 3Dmicroflu™ technology platform. Various types of lesions and specific physiological environments can also be customized by our experienced experts.
If you are interested in our high-resolution 3Dmicroflu™ 3D bioprinting technology platform, please contact us now for professional services. All services are available on a 24/7/365 basis.