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.
Fabrication of 3D printed hybrid scaffolds carrying dental pulp stem cells
Bioprinting Bone Constructs During Surgery
The beating of the first bioprinted human heart created from stem cells
۳D Bioprinted Multicellular Vascular Models
۳D Printed Punctal Plugs for Controlled Ocular Drug Delivery
Three-Dimensional Cell Printed Lock-Key Structure for Oral Soft and Hard Tissue Regeneration
۳D bio printed spheroid with lobule-like constructs and liver functions