Journal article

Bioprinting and Biofabrication with Peptide and Protein Biomaterials.

Mitchell Boyd-Moss, Kate Fox, Milan Brandt, David Nisbet, Richard Williams

Adv Exp Med Biol | Published : 2017

Abstract

The ability to fabricate artificial tissue constructs through the controlled organisation of cells, structures and signals within a biomimetic scaffold offers significant promise to the field of regenerative medicine, drug delivery and tissue engineering. Advances in additive manufacturing technologies have facilitated the printing of spatially defined cell-laden artificial tissue constructs capable of providing biomimetic spatiotemporal presentation of biological and physical cues to cells in a designed multicomponent structure. Despite significant progress in the field of bioprinting, a key challenge remains in developing and utilizing materials that can adequately recapitulate the complex..

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