Indian Biotech Company Develops First 3D Printed Artificial Liver Tissue

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Pandorum is the first Indian company to develop artificial living tissues which can be kept alive for four weeks. Pandorum is funded by the Department of Biotechnology and incubated at the Center for Cellular and Molecular Platforms (C-CAMP), Bangalore Bio-Cluster.

‘Pandorum Technologies has developed 3D printed liver tissues that would help revolutionize organ donation and transplantation in India.’



“Liver toxicity and drug metabolism are the key hurdles, and contributors to failed human trials. Our 3D bio-printed mini-livers that mimic the human liver will serve as test platforms for discovery and development of drugs with better efficacy, less side-effects and at lower costs,” said Arun Chandru, co-founder and managing director of Pandorum.

“We are able to print around 10 million cells currently. By 2020, we will increase our efficiency to printing one billion cells. It is only by 2030 that we will be equipped to print 100 billion cells, and it is then when we envisage to print on-demand organs for full-scale transplantation,” added Arun Chandru.

Source: Medindia



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