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= How is it produced =
 
= How is it produced =
Sources
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== Modern Meadow ==
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=== Sources ===
 
* Andras AMA, http://www.reddit.com/r/IAmA/comments/199f0n/im_andras_forgacs_ceo_of_modern_meadow_a_company/
 
* Andras AMA, http://www.reddit.com/r/IAmA/comments/199f0n/im_andras_forgacs_ceo_of_modern_meadow_a_company/
 
* TedMed 2011 Gabor https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zDmkK8brSWk
 
* TedMed 2011 Gabor https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zDmkK8brSWk
Modern Meadow, Andras Forgacs / Gabor Forgacs
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=== Main Points ===
 
* blood taste - researching Mioglobin
 
* blood taste - researching Mioglobin
 
* using 3d printing for the structure
 
* using 3d printing for the structure
 
* start with cell culture (like Mark Post at Maastaricht)
 
* start with cell culture (like Mark Post at Maastaricht)
 
* did port for tedmed 2011, but focusing on beef now
 
* did port for tedmed 2011, but focusing on beef now
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=== Quotes ===
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Absolutely. Bioassembly (using a bioprinter or otherwise) is just one step of the process. The muscle tissue does need to be conditioned post-assembly for a period of time. This requires specialized bioreactors that can continue to provide nutrients to the muscle while it is being exercised.
  
 
= Environmental Impact =
 
= Environmental Impact =
 
http://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/es200130u
 
http://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/es200130u
 
* Quoted by Andras in his AMA
 
* Quoted by Andras in his AMA

Revision as of 16:46, 19 May 2014

How is it produced

Modern Meadow

Sources

Main Points

  • blood taste - researching Mioglobin
  • using 3d printing for the structure
  • start with cell culture (like Mark Post at Maastaricht)
  • did port for tedmed 2011, but focusing on beef now

Quotes

Absolutely. Bioassembly (using a bioprinter or otherwise) is just one step of the process. The muscle tissue does need to be conditioned post-assembly for a period of time. This requires specialized bioreactors that can continue to provide nutrients to the muscle while it is being exercised.

Environmental Impact

http://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/es200130u

  • Quoted by Andras in his AMA