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3D BioPrinted Muscles

3D BioPrinted Muscles

Written by David

June 4, 2019

Shuttertock/Crevis Three-dimensional (3D) printing has been widely applied to almost every imaginable industry, ranging from those responsible for producing common goods like key holders, bowls and cutlery to vegan-friendly companies looking to replace traditional meats with plant-based 3D printed options. Several developments have been made to further advance the 3D printing of biological materials, particularly muscle tissue, for a wide range of uses in drug discovery, regenerative medicine and even soft robotics. Advantages of 3D Bioprinting The field of 3D bioprinting has gained a tremendous amount of attention as a result of the rapid advancements that 3D printers have experienced over the past several years. In tissue engineering and regenerative medicine, 3D bioprinting enables researchers to precisely deposit active biological molecules, cells and matrix components into a single desired location, which is advantageous for achieving the ideal spatial relationship between individual elements of the given tissue. Furthermore, 3D bioprinting […]

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