Biomimetic 3D tissue printing for soft tissue regeneration.

  title={Biomimetic 3D tissue printing for soft tissue regeneration.},
  author={Falguni Pati and Dong-Heon Ha and Jinah Jang and Hyun Ho Han and Jong Won Rhie and Dong-Woo Cho},
Engineered adipose tissue constructs that are capable of reconstructing soft tissue with adequate volume would be worthwhile in plastic and reconstructive surgery. Tissue printing offers the possibility of fabricating anatomically relevant tissue constructs by delivering suitable matrix materials and living cells. Here, we devise a biomimetic approach for printing adipose tissue constructs employing decellularized adipose tissue (DAT) matrix bioink encapsulating human adipose tissue-derived… CONTINUE READING
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