In this free-to-access Editorial, Jing Yang (University of Nottingham, UK) presents information on a material that can be printed in cell- and protein-compatible conditions.
Certain biofabrication techniques cannot be incorporated with cell seeding owing to manufacturing conditions such as high pressure or temperature. In this free-to-access Editorial from Journal of 3D Printing in Medicine, Jing Yang (University of Nottingham, UK) presents details of a responsive microparticulate material that is printable under cell/protein-compatible conditions and mechanical properties similar to mechanical properties comparable to cancellous bone.
Yang J. Bioprinting of polymer microparticles, cells and a protein at ambient conditions. J. 3D Print. Med. doi:10.2217/3dp.15.2 (2016) (Epub ahead of print).
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