3D bioprinted precursors that develop in vivo: potential for bone repair
Scientists at Trinity College Dublin (Ireland) have developed a process to fabricate bone precursors that mature in vivo using 3D bioprinting, with the aim of repairing large and complex bone defects without the need for bone grafts.
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