Scientific Journal Article Demonstrates Superiority of n3D's Bio-Assembler


Scientific Journal Article Demonstrates Superiority of n3D's Bio-Assembler

NOKOMIS, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- A recent study published in the scientific journal Biochimica et Biophysica Acta provides an illuminating demonstration of the superiority of three-dimensional cell cultures produced by Rainbow Coral Corp. (OTCBB: RBCC) partner Nano3D Biosciences' technology over traditional two-dimensional cultures.

Produced by researchers from Houston's Baylor College of Medicine and the Methodist Hospital Research Institute, the study reports on experiments into the transdifferentiation of vascular smooth muscle cells into calcifying vascular cells. The group used n3D's Bio-Assembler technology to magnetically levitate their cell cultures in order to produce more lifelike tissues.

The study found that the cells grew more rapidly using in 3-D than 2-D, and differentiated in days rather than weeks. The published piece is yet more evidence to the scientific community that the Bio-Assembler is an essential tool for all kinds of cellular research, including disease models.

"The Bio-Assembler represents a new evolution in cell culture technology," said RBCC CEO Patrick Brown. "Thanks to high-profile research being conducted using this system, word is being spread very rapidly as to the unparalleled utility and efficiency afforded by the Bio-Assembler."

RBCC formed a joint venture with n3D to market and develop the Bio-Assembler last year. Rainbow Biosciences is dedicated to the marketing and development of new medical and research technology innovations designed to help capture a growing share of a booming biotech industry alongside Bristol Myers Squibb Co. (NYS: BMY) , Biogen Idec Inc. (NAS: BIIB) , Abbott Laboratories (NYS: ABT) and Amgen Inc. (NAS: AMGN) .

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