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Bioprinting of Cartilage and Skin Tissue Analogs Utilizing a Novel Passive Mixing Unit Technique for Bioink Precellularization

DOI :

10.3791/56372-v

9:03 min

January 3rd, 2018

January 3rd, 2018

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1CELLINK LLC, 2CELLINK AB, 33D Bioprinting Centre, Department of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Chalmers University of Technology

Cartilage and skin analogs were bioprinted using a nanocellulose-alginate based bioink. The bioinks were cellularized prior to printing via a single step passive mixing unit. The constructs were demonstrated to be uniformly cellularized, have high viability, and exhibit favorable markers of differentiation.

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