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Birgit Huber et al.
Journal of biomaterials applications, 30(6), 699-710 (2015-05-29)
In vitro engineering of autologous fatty tissue constructs is still a major challenge for the treatment of congenital deformities, tumor resections or high-graded burns. In this study, we evaluated the suitability of photo-crosslinkable methacrylated gelatin (GM) and mature adipocytes as components
Luiz E Bertassoni et al.
Biofabrication, 6(2), 024105-024105 (2014-04-04)
Fabrication of three dimensional (3D) organoids with controlled microarchitectures has been shown to enhance tissue functionality. Bioprinting can be used to precisely position cells and cell-laden materials to generate controlled tissue architecture. Therefore, it represents an exciting alternative for organ
Wanjun Liu et al.
Advanced healthcare materials, 6(12) (2017-05-04)
Bioprinting is an emerging technique for the fabrication of 3D cell-laden constructs. However, the progress for generating a 3D complex physiological microenvironment has been hampered by a lack of advanced cell-responsive bioinks that enable bioprinting with high structural fidelity, particularly
Aleksander Skardal et al.
Tissue engineering. Part A, 16(8), 2675-2685 (2010-04-15)
Bioprinting by the codeposition of cells and biomaterials is constrained by the availability of printable materials. Herein we describe a novel macromonomer, a new two-step photocrosslinking strategy, and the use of a simple rapid prototyping system to print a proof-of-concept
Daniela Barros et al.
Biomaterials science, 7(12), 5338-5349 (2019-10-18)
Laminin incorporation into biological or synthetic hydrogels has been explored to recapitulate the dynamic nature and biological complexity of neural stem cell (NSC) niches. However, the strategies currently explored for laminin immobilization within three-dimensional (3D) matrices do not address a
Thomas Billiet et al.
Biomaterials, 35(1), 49-62 (2013-10-12)
In the present study, we report on the combined efforts of material chemistry, engineering and biology as a systemic approach for the fabrication of high viability 3D printed macroporous gelatin methacrylamide constructs. First, we propose the use and optimization of
Weitao Jia et al.
Biomaterials, 106, 58-68 (2016-08-24)
Despite the significant technological advancement in tissue engineering, challenges still exist towards the development of complex and fully functional tissue constructs that mimic their natural counterparts. To address these challenges, bioprinting has emerged as an enabling technology to create highly
Janet R Xavier et al.
ACS nano, 9(3), 3109-3118 (2015-02-13)
Despite bone's impressive ability to heal after traumatic injuries and fractures, a significant need still exists for developing strategies to promote healing of nonunion defects. To address this issue, we developed collagen-based hydrogels containing two-dimensional nanosilicates. Nanosilicates are ultrathin nanomaterials
Rachel R Besser et al.
Biomaterials science, 8(2), 591-606 (2019-12-21)
We report a water-soluble and non-toxic method to incorporate additional extracellular matrix proteins into gelatin hydrogels, while obviating the use of chemical crosslinkers such as glutaraldehyde. Gelatin hydrogels were fabricated using a range of gelatin concentrations (4%-10%) that corresponded to
Y Shi et al.
Biomedical materials (Bristol, England), 13(3), 035008-035008 (2018-01-09)
Three-dimensional bioprinting is an emerging technology for fabricating living 3D constructs, and it has shown great promise in tissue engineering. Bioinks are scaffold materials mixed with cells used by 3D bioprinting to form a required cell-laden structure. In this paper
Wanjun Liu et al.
Biofabrication, 10(2), 024102-024102 (2017-11-28)
Bioinks with shear-thinning/rapid solidification properties and strong mechanics are usually needed for the bioprinting of three-dimensional (3D) cell-laden constructs. As such, it remains challenging to generate soft constructs from bioinks at low concentrations that are favorable for cellular activities. Herein
Wouter Schuurman et al.
Macromolecular bioscience, 13(5), 551-561 (2013-02-20)
Gelatin-methacrylamide (gelMA) hydrogels are shown to support chondrocyte viability and differentiation and give wide ranging mechanical properties depending on several cross-linking parameters. Polymer concentration, UV exposure time, and thermal gelation prior to UV exposure allow for control over hydrogel stiffness
B Duan et al.
Acta biomaterialia, 10(5), 1836-1846 (2013-12-18)
Tissue engineering has great potential to provide a functional de novo living valve replacement, capable of integration with host tissue and growth. Among various valve conduit fabrication techniques, three-dimensional (3-D) bioprinting enables deposition of cells and hydrogels into 3-D constructs
Anni Sorkio et al.
Biomaterials, 171, 57-71 (2018-04-24)
There is a high demand for developing methods to produce more native-like 3D corneal structures. In the present study, we produced 3D cornea-mimicking tissues using human stem cells and laser-assisted bioprinting (LaBP). Human embryonic stem cell derived limbal epithelial stem
Nicolas Broguiere et al.
Advanced materials (Deerfield Beach, Fla.), 30(43), e1801621-e1801621 (2018-09-12)
Epithelial organoids are simplified models of organs grown in vitro from embryonic and adult stem cells. They are widely used to study organ development and disease, and enable drug screening in patient-derived primary tissues. Current protocols, however, rely on animal-
Marco Costantini et al.
Biofabrication, 8(3), 035002-035002 (2016-07-20)
In this work we demonstrate how to print 3D biomimetic hydrogel scaffolds for cartilage tissue engineering with high cell density (>10(7) cells ml(-1)), high cell viability (85 ÷ 90%) and high printing resolution (≈100 μm) through a two coaxial-needles system.
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