Novel bioprinting platform supports bone regeneration

Written by Georgi Makin

bone regeneration

A collaborative team from the SFI Research Centre for Advanced Materials and Bioengineering Research (AMBER; Dublin, Republic of Ireland) and the Trinity Centre for Biomedical Engineering at Trinity College Dublin (Republic of Ireland) has developed a novel bioprinting platform to support bone regeneration. By developing a bioink that can support the generation of bone tissue and blood vessels, the team have developed an optimized and controlled system for growth and bone regeneration, testing the technique in preclinical studies. As the field of regenerative medicine advances, a challenge remains in achieving local and controlled delivery of specific cues for the growth...

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