A tissue-like printed material.

  title={A tissue-like printed material.},
  author={Gabriel Villar and Alexander D. Graham and Hagan Bayley},
  volume={340 6128},
Living cells communicate and cooperate to produce the emergent properties of tissues. Synthetic mimics of cells, such as liposomes, are typically incapable of cooperation and therefore cannot readily display sophisticated collective behavior. We printed tens of thousands of picoliter aqueous droplets that become joined by single lipid bilayers to form a cohesive material with cooperating compartments. Three-dimensional structures can be built with heterologous droplets in software-defined… CONTINUE READING
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