New bioink could aid the growing field of bioprinting

Written by Daniel Barrett

The new bioinks are reported to improve the modification for 3D scaffolds for mechanical use and to overcome current limitations with the use of bioinks associated with temperature dependency and the requirement for UV curing. Biotech company, TheWell Biosceince Inc. (NJ, USA), has announced the launch of a new series of bioinks that can be used at room temperature and are ‘clearly visible’ after bioprinting. The new bioink system, called VitroINKâ„¢, builds on the current issues faced within the field of bioprinting, specifically how well bioinks can be 3D printed, how well they can be modified for mechanical use in...

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