3D eye cells printed for the first time

A group of researchers from the UK have used 3-D biomedical printing to successfully print new eye cells www.3ders.org
The ability to arrange cells into highly defined patterns and structures has recently elevated the use of 3D printing in the biomedical sciences to create cell-based structures for use in regenerative medicine.

Original in IOPscience: Adult rat retinal ganglion cells and glia can be printed by piezoelectric inkjet printing

Barbara Lorber1,5, Wen-Kai Hsiao2,5, Ian M Hutchings2 and Keith R Martin1,3,4,6

Published 17 December 2013 2014 IOP Publishing Ltd

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