The Allevi Blog

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Bioprinting with Corning Matrigel Matrix

After 30 years of discoveries and over 10,000 citations, Corning® Matrigel® matrix has cemented its place as a trusted ECM in labs worldwide. Biologists, tissue engineers, and industry giants alike rely


Introducing The Allevi Tissue Layering Protocol

We’re proud to announce that we have finally achieved the ability to pattern pure collagen in an automated fashion. With our proprietary CORE™ printhead and our new Tissue Layering Protocol, you

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Our New Sterile GelMA is Awesome!

Gelatin Methacrylate (GelMA) is a popular material in bioprinting due to its mechanical properties and printability. The methacrylate groups in this bioink mean that you are able to cure the

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The Challenges and Advances of Imitating Nature

One of the largest hurdles of in vitro cell culture has been to mimic conditions that closely resemble in vivo outcomes, essentially imitating nature. Significant strides have been made to this end in the

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The Frontier of Clear 3D Tissues

At Allevi, our goal is to build tools that will allow scientists to explore questions in 3D culture. Yet, while this approach brings us closer to achieving the physiological microenvironments

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How to Choose a Bioink for Use in 3D Biofabrication

We’ve talked about what bioprinting entails in general. We’ve touched on the types of cells that we can incorporate into bioprinted constructs. We’ve also discussed the potential of this technology