CymatiX™: THE FIRST ACOUSTIC BIOPRINTER
Create biological architectures with sound
Sound Induced Morphogenesis (SIM) is a gentle, fast, and easy method to generate multi-cellular, spatially orchestrated tissue constructs using sound waves.
This versatile method addresses necessities in the broad field of life sciences, finding application in tissue engineering, regenerative medicine, or pharmaceutical research for drug discovery.
With SIM, mimiX biotherapeutics offers the research community a novel R&D platform to complement and advance the existing biofabrication methodologies. SIM provides prospects to overcome some major limitations of conventional methods towards the creation of physiologically relevant in vitro models and engineered tissue constructs.
A PARADIGM SHIFT, A COMPLETELY NEW APPROACH TO BIOFABRICATION
Cell assembly has never been easier. Discover how efficiently you will create biological architectures with CymatiX™:
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PUSHING THE FRONTIERS OF BIOFABRICATION
mimiX biotherapeutics’ novel biofabrication technology exploits Sound Induced Morphogenesis (SIM) to create well-defined biological architectures.
Controlled remotely by acoustic waves, SIM allows to pattern biological material such as cells, organoids, or tissue fragments into three-dimensional constructs that develop into in vitro engineered tissues, for example microvascular networks.
The SIM technology represents a versatile and time-efficient strategy to create organized cell assemblies at defined spatial resolution and physiologically relevant cell density. The uniqueness of our proprietary technology will allow for clinical translation and push the frontiers of biofabrication both in fundamental and applied research.