Melt electrospinning device incorporating bioinks may improve quality of 3D bioprinting
A collaboration between the University Medical Center Utrecht (Utrecht, The Netherlands) and regenHU (Villaz-St-Pierre, Switzerland) may result in stronger and more accurate 3D bioprinted tissues via a new electrospinning device incorporating bioinks.
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