Bioprinted ovaries on the horizon following porcine protein mapping
Scientists from the Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago (IL, USA) have reported success in mapping the location of structural proteins in a porcine ovary, in a step towards developing a bioink for 3D printing bioprosthetic, implantable ovaries.
Please sign in or register for FREE
Sign in to 3DMedNet
Not a member yet? Become a member FREE to:
- Get unlimited access to ALL CONTENT
- Read selected articles from journals such as Journal of 3D Printing in Medicine FREE
- Receive a weekly email roundup of the latest news and expert opinions
Did you know?
Your 3DMedNet account also gives you access to communities on regenerative medicine, real-world evidence and drug discovery. Find out more>>