Many experts believe that 3D bioprinting equipment like the BiO Assay is poised to solve the complex problems faced by biotech firms by giving them the opportunity to test drugs on functional human tissues in order to better understand and predict a drug’s effect on the body. The BiO Assay uses magnetism to assemble cells in 3D and into conditions that closely mimic those found in vivo, giving drug makers functional preclinical human tissues far more useful than any animal or test tube models.
And with better testing results will come bigger profits for drug companies, says RBCC CEO
“Research has been hampered for too long by traditional cell culture models that have proven to be poor predictors of drug efficacy and toxicity in humans,” Palmer said. “The BiO Assay has been engineered to reduce costs and improve results across a broad spectrum of tests and assays. It provides a renewable and easy-to-use source of lifelike cell cultures that will change the way research is conducted across the globe.”
The BiO Assay represents a revolution in pharmaceutical research, offering better and faster results than have previously been possible.
RBCC formed a biotech subsidiary, Rainbow Biosciences, to market and develop new medical and research technology innovations to compete alongside companies such as
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