Human materials for 3D printing human tissue

Biomaterials required for 3D printing living cells are currently produced on an animal basis. A research project intends to develop materials based on human placental tissue for various 3D bioprinting technologies.
3D bioprinting aims to produce tissue structures for numerous applications such as non-animal testing, drug screening and regenerative medicine. The bio-materials used must be tailored to the needs of cells and keep them alive during and after the printing process.
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HU3DINKS Consortium, Belgium and Austria Press release Up Nano, 28.07.2023 (german original)
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