Using three-dimensional printed structures with vascular networks is considered as a novel cell-based therapy for regenerative medicine applications. A team of researchers at the University of Otago (New Zealand) reports a promising strategy using core shell extrusion 3D bioprinting technology that employs biomimetic biomaterials to construct regenerative, pre-vascularized scaffolds for wound care.
Manufacturing of the 3D printed COVID-19 rapid test chip (3DcC) by Aerosol Jet nanoparticle 3D printing
Ceramic-based ink to 3D-print bone parts with living cells
3D Bioprinted Alginate patches for cardiovascular disease
Bioprinted, personalized scaffolds for ankle joint tissue regeneration in development.
Nucleotide lipid-based hydrogel as a new route to produce crosslinker-free scaffolds
3D bioprinting of anisotropic engineered tissue constructs with ultrasonically induced cell patterning
Fabrication of Three-Dimensional Composite Scaffold for Simultaneous Alveolar Bone Regeneration in Dental Implant Installation
Mini-kidneys bioprinted for toxicology research and treatment developments