Organ-Printing – 3D-printing of cell-laden hydrogels submerged in a hydrophobic high-density fluid

Bioprinting technologies appeared recently as important tissue engineering alternatives for regenerative medicine and organ transplantation. Various approaches have been tested using several combinations of materials serving as matrices for cell printing and different printing techniques. All approaches rely on the use of hydrogels as support, due to their high potential of entrapping living cells and their ease of processing.

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