Photoporation technology for biomedical markets
Fundamental biological research and biomedical applications require the supply of macromolecular compounds into living cells in vitro or ex vivo. Combining laser irradiation with light-sensitive nanomaterials, photoporation is an emergent physical intracellular delivery technology that meets these requirements. The EU-funded INTRACYTE project will explore the technology’s market potential by confirming academic and industrial R&D market interest to install the technology at selected international key opinion leaders for widespread proof on several topics. INTRACYTE will also explore the cell therapy market by engaging in discussion with interested companies to perfect the technology’s value proposition and determine technical requirements for use in a cell production establishment and investigate upscaling of nanomaterial production.
Fields of science
Funding SchemeERC-POC-LS - ERC Proof of Concept Lump Sum Pilot
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