1 A Comparative Study of a 3 D Bioprinted Gelatin-2 Based Lattice and Rectangular-Sheet Structures 3

@inproceedings{Kumar20181AC,
  title={1 A Comparative Study of a 3 D Bioprinted Gelatin-2 Based Lattice and Rectangular-Sheet Structures 3},
  author={Shweta Anil Kumar and Nishat Tasnim and Erick C. Su{\'a}rez Dom{\'i}nguez and Shane C. Allen and Laura J Suggs and Yoshihiro Ito and Binata Joddar},
  year={2018}
}
3D bioprinting holds great promise in the field of regenerative medicine as it can create 17 complex structures in a layer-by-layer manner using cell-laden bioinks, making it possible to imitate 18 native tissues. Current bioinks lack both the high printability and the biocompatibility required in 19 this respect. Hence, the development of bioinks that are capable of both properties is needed. In our 20 previous study, a furfuryl-gelatin based bioink, crosslinkable by visible light, was used… CONTINUE READING

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