Engineering alginate as bioink for bioprinting.

@article{Jia2014EngineeringAA,
  title={Engineering alginate as bioink for bioprinting.},
  author={Jia Jia and Dylan Jack Richards and Samuel R Pollard and Yu Yuan Tan and Joshua Rodriguez and Richard P. Visconti and Thomas Charles Trusk and Michael J. Yost and Hai Yao and Roger R. Markwald and Ying Wang Mei},
  journal={Acta biomaterialia},
  year={2014},
  volume={10 10},
  pages={
          4323-31
        }
}
Recent advances in three-dimensional (3-D) printing offer an excellent opportunity to address critical challenges faced by current tissue engineering approaches. Alginate hydrogels have been used extensively as bioinks for 3-D bioprinting. However, most previous research has focused on native alginates with limited degradation. The application of oxidized alginates with controlled degradation in bioprinting has not been explored. Here, a collection of 30 different alginate hydrogels with varied… CONTINUE READING
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