Editorial: patient-specific bioink created from platelet protein cocktail

Written by Geoffrey Potjewyd

In this article, Geoffrey Potjewyd (University of Manchester, UK) reviews a recent report from Advanced Healthcare Materials, recently featured as a 3DMedNet news story. Geoffrey Potjewyd1 1Regenerative Medicine & Neuroscience PhD student, University of Manchester (UK) You can read more about this study in our news piece, here. 3D bioprinting offers the possibility to create complex multicellular tissues and organs that — hopefully — rival living human tissues. This allows for the creation of tissues or 3D constructs designed specifically for an injured site, through use of bioinks, cells and protein or drug mixtures that can be transplanted directly where...

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