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Behind every 3-D printed organ, there’s a reliable “ink” used to print it.

Cellink, which launched just over a year ago, is the company responsible for making much of that ink. It’s seeded with human cells to help grow tissue models that can be used for drug development and disease research. They’ve since branched out to develop 3-D printers, too, to offer companies a place to get a printer stocked with the specific biomaterials they need.

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