3D-Printed Therapeutic Materials Using New Bioinks


Researchers have developed bioinks that can deliver proteins that can drive cellular fate and functions—called therapeutics—to specific locations inside the body

One of the fastest-growing areas of 3D printing is in the bioprinting realm, where researchers have been developing numerous technologies to advance development of artificial organs and other body parts, as well as to deliver medications and therapies inside the body.

To the latter end, a team of researchers at Texas A&M University has developed hydrogel bioinks that can print therapeutics—specifically, proteins that can drive cellular fate and functions—in 3D for innovations in regenerative medicine.

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