Biopixlar® AER

Single-cell bioprinting unbound

Biopixlar AER is Fluicell’s compact single-cell bioprinting platform that fits into your fume hood or biosafety cabinet. Biopixlar AER is designed for easy workflow integration, bringing bioprinting to where you need it.

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High precision and resolution

Biopixlar AER is powered by Fluicell’s open volume microfluidic technology that gives you full control over the bioprinting process, down to the level of individual cells. The exchangeable microfluidic printhead lets you deposit cells right where you want them with micrometer precision. This makes it possible to create everything from single-cell arrays to detailed tissues containing multiple different cell types.

Built for challenging conditions

Biopixlar AER’s automation and remote control capabilities makes the platform well suited for use in complex and harsh environments where direct access is not possible. The robust yet flexible design makes it even possible to adapt Biopixlar AER for use in space or in deep-sea environments.

95 % cell viability

Biopixlar AER requires no bioink to print cells. This, combined with the open volume bioprinting technology, creates a cell-friendly environment and ensures a high cell viability in the bioprinted tissues.

Low sample volume requirements

Biopixlar AER’s microfluidic bioprinting technology requires very little sample volumes, making it the ideal choice for uses involving scarce and valuable materials, such as applications within personalized medicine using patient-derived material.

Groundbreaking applications in research and medicine

Biopixlar AER lets you create detailed research models containing multiple different cell types with full control of the tissue construction process.

The open-volume microfluidic technology makes Biopixlar AER well suited for applications in precision medicine, drug discovery and medical research involving scarce and valuable materials, such as patient-derived cells.

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The power of single-cell bioprinting in a compact format

Biopixlar AER brings you the full power of single-cell bioprinting in a compact and portable package. Biopixlar AER is all-in-one discovery platform that fits inside a standard laminar flow hood that lets you position cells in three dimensions with high precision.

Biopixlar AER empowers researchers to create tissues for research, drug development and regenerative medicine and to push the boundaries of science.

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Smart and intuitive software

The Biopixlar Wizard software gives you full control over the bioprinting process. The user interface is intuitive and easy to use and lets you regulate everything from the printing position and pressure, to the built-in microscope and camera.

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Biopixlar AER according to users

We consider Biopixlar AER to be a truly remarkable innovation, which is easy to install and handle via its multi-modal control system. This novel platform enables a broad spectrum of new experimental approaches, such as studies of molecular uptake into cells, advanced electrophysiological recordings via calcium-imaging, and studies of cell communication and signaling. Indeed, the Biopixlar AER is also well adapted for precise or local administration of drugs to cells, enabling advanced pharmacological studies.

Dr. Kent Jardemark. Department of Physiology and Pharmacology, Karolinska institutet

AER setup was a quick and seamless process; we were printing within 30 minutes of unboxing. Simply connected the cords and do a few quick tests to confirm the fluidics and mechanics are working properly. The new design has a small footprint that fits in most standard biosafety cabinets with sufficient space for preparing cells.

The lighting has also improved making it effortless to locate the tip in relation to the surface, further speeding up the workflow. We are excited to use this system with our ongoing studies in bone tissue engineering and vascularization. This technology enables the precise placement of single cells, getting us one step closer to replicating native tissue microenvironment and cellular organization.

Dr. Luiz Bertassoni. Division of Biomaterials and Biomechanics, Department of Restorative Dentistry, Oregon Health and Science University