Cell damage evaluation of thermal inkjet printed Chinese hamster ovary cells.

@article{Cui2010CellDE,
  title={Cell damage evaluation of thermal inkjet printed Chinese hamster ovary cells.},
  author={Xiaofeng Cui and Delphine Dean and Zaverio M. Ruggeri and Thomas Boland},
  journal={Biotechnology and bioengineering},
  year={2010},
  volume={106 6},
  pages={963-9}
}
Thermal inkjet printing technology has been applied successfully to cell printing. However, there are concerns that printing process may cause cell damages or death. We conducted a comprehensive study of thermal inkjet printed Chinese hamster ovary (CHO) cells by evaluating cell viability and apoptosis, and possible cell membrane damages. Additionally, we studied the cell concentration of bio-ink and found optimum printing of concentrations around 8 million cells per mL. Printed cell viability… CONTINUE READING

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