Date: 7 months ago   Category: Space

Russia for the first time in the history of began to print mini-bodies in space - RIA Novosti, 05.12.2018

MOSCOW, 5 Dec — RIA Novosti. On the International Space Station for the first time in the history began to create bodies, reported RIA Novosti in the press service of the Invitro company.© Fotolia/Dan Race In Invitro told about prospects of technology of the biopress for cancer therapy "the Astronaut Oleg Kononenko who is earlier trained in work with the bioprinter began an experiment on the press of living tissues on December 4 at 17:00 Moscow time. As a result of an experiment it is planned to receive cartilaginous tissue and an organ construct of a thyroid gland of a mouse" — told in the company. Results of an experiment will send to Earth in December, 2018, then investigate them and at the beginning of 2019 will publish results. The USA plans to send the bioprinter to the ISS in the spring of 2019. Russia was going to start the first such device in space on October 11, but did not happen because of accident of the carrier rocket of it. Developers quickly prepared other copy and on December 3 from Baikonur sent it to the ISS.



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