3D bioprinting matrices with controlled pore structure and release function guide in vitro self-organization of sweat gland

@inproceedings{Liu20163DBM,
  title={3D bioprinting matrices with controlled pore structure and release function guide in vitro self-organization of sweat gland},
  author={Nanbo Liu and Sha Huang and Bin Wei Yao and Jiangfan Xie and Xu Wu and Xiaobing Fu},
  booktitle={Scientific reports},
  year={2016}
}
3D bioprinting matrices are novel platforms for tissue regeneration. Tissue self-organization is a critical process during regeneration that implies the features of organogenesis. However, it is not clear from the current evidences whether 3D printed construct plays a role in guiding tissue self-organization in vitro. Based on our previous study, we bioprinted a 3D matrix as the restrictive niche for direct sweat gland differentiation of epidermal progenitors by different pore structure (300-μm… CONTINUE READING
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