Tissue Engineering at the MicroScale

@inproceedings{Bhatia2000TissueEA,
  title={Tissue Engineering at the MicroScale},
  author={Sangeeta N. Bhatia and Christopher S. Chen},
  year={2000}
}
The possibility to replace damaged or diseased organs with arti®cial tissues engineered from a combination of living cells and biocompatible scaffolds is becoming a reality through multidisciplinary efforts. A number of critical components within this effort are being facilitated by microfabrication and MEMS approaches, including research tools to elucidate mechanisms which control cellular behavior as well as development of methods to manufacture cellular scaffolds at ever higher resolutions… CONTINUE READING

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