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.
Evaluation of the effects of cell-dispensing using an inkjet-based bioprinter on cell integrity
Bioprinting of cartilage tissue using a 3D bioprinter in the treatment of knee joint injuries
Vascularized cell-laden 3D bioprinted wound dressings for regenerative medicine applications
۳D Printing of Bone Grafts for Cleft Alveolar Osteoplasty
Using spheroid bioprinting to accelerate research on anti-COVID-19 drugs
Enhancement of 3D cell printing by using silk nanofibers
Bioprinting and computer modeling facilitates study of cancer spread in blood vessels.
Novel bioink for 4D bioprinting tissue-mimicking materials