In this week’s “From Academia”, we share with you three articles related to recent advancements in 3D bioprinting is presented. The first article highlights new ways to bioprint fibrocartilaginous tissues, such as those found in the knee joint, with improvements in both mechanical and structural integrity. The second article features an in vitro aneurysm simulation model, with improved simulation to the cellular environment and components of the in vivo version. The final publication features a novel tissue manufacturing process (3D Organization) using open volume microfluidics and multiple cell lines.
“From Academia” features recent, relevant, close to commercialization academic publications. Subjects include but not limited to healthcare 3D printing, 3D bioprinting, and related emerging technologies.
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Authored by João B. Costa, Jihoon Park, Adam M. Jorgensen, Joana Silva-Correia, Rui L. Reis, Joaquim M. Oliveira, Anthony Atala, James J. Yoo, and Sang Jin Lee. Chemistry of Materials. 25 September 2020
Three-dimensional bioprinting of aneurysm-bearing tissue structure for endovascular deployment of embolization coils
Authored by Lindy K Jang, Javier A Alvarado, Marianna Pepona, Elisa M Wasson, Landon D Nash, Jason M Ortega, Amanda Randles, Duncan J Maitland, Monica L Moya and William F Hynes. Biofabrication. 16 October 2020
Authored by Gavin D. M. Jeffries, Shijun Xu, Tatsiana Lobovkina, Vladimir Kirejev, Florian Tusseau, Christoffer Gyllensten, Avadhesh Kumar Singh, Paul Karila, Lydia Moll & Owe Orwar. Nature, Scientific Reports. 10 November 2020