Bioprinting is changing regenerative medicine forever.

@article{Collins2014BioprintingIC,
  title={Bioprinting is changing regenerative medicine forever.},
  author={Scott Forrest Collins},
  journal={Stem cells and development},
  year={2014},
  volume={23 Suppl 1},
  pages={
          79-82
        }
}
3D printing, or solid freeform fabrication, applied to regenerative medicine brings technologies from several industries together to help solve unique challenges in both basic science and tissue engineering. By more finely organizing cells and supporting structures precisely in 3D space, we will gain critical knowledge of cell-cell communications and cell-environment interactions. As we increase the scale, we will move toward complex tissue and organ structures where several cell phenotypes… CONTINUE READING
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