In ‘ The revolution will be open-source: how 3D bioprinting can change 3D cell culture ,’ authors Robert D. Bruno, John Reid, and Patrick C. Sachs explore the revolutionary aspect of 3D scaffolds in bioprinting, with tissue engineering spanning such a wide range in medicine today.
While 3D printing is impacting nearly every industry around the globe it would seem, within the medical realm, the technology is also touching virtually every aspect from breast cancer research to the dental industry.
For most researchers, common types of substrates used in tissue engineering are membrane rich extracellular matrix (ECM) and collagen extracted from rattails. “The processes of 3D culture in these two substrates has remained unchanged for nearly half […]
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