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Three-dimensional tissue fabrication.
In recent years, advances in fabrication technologies have brought a new dimension to the field of tissue engineering. Using manufacturing-based methods and hydrogel chemistries, researchers haveExpand
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Photo- and electropatterning of hydrogel-encapsulated living cell arrays.
Living cells have the potential to serve as sensors, naturally integrating the response to stimuli to generate predictions about cell fate (e.g., differentiation, migration, proliferation,Expand
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Fabrication of three-dimensional tissues.
  • V. Tsang, S. Bhatia
  • Medicine, Biology
  • Advances in biochemical engineering/biotechnology
  • 2007
The goal of tissue engineering is to restore or replace the lost functions of diseased or damaged organs. Ideally, engineered tissues should provide nutrient transport, mechanical stability,Expand
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3-D Fabrication Technology for Tissue Engineering
Tissue engineering typically involves the combination of cells and biomaterials to form tissues with the goal of replacing or restoring physiological functions lost in diseased organs. TheExpand
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Effects of pH probe lag on bioreactor mixing time estimation
Abstract Mixing time is one of the most important characteristics of bioreactors used to validate computational fluid dynamics (CFD) models in bioprocess. The pH tracer based method is commonly usedExpand
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