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True Bioprinting in 3D for the Present and the Future

 Malcolm Willson
  6th-Feb-2019
Description: 3D bioprinting is a process of creating spatially-controlled cell patterns in 3D. 3D bioprinting in future would enable the design and fabrication of tissue constructs with complex architectures derived from structural images.
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Domain: Medical
Category: Equipment
SEMICONDUCTOR ANALYTICS
Contents:
True Bioprinting in 3D for the Present
and the Future
Malcolm Willson
UK Manager
Digilab

Introduction
It is now commonly accepted that 2D culture conditions cannot efficiently
represent the complex in vivo microenvironment

Cells cultured in 2D monolayers were found to display different gene
expression and functionality compared to cells in native tissues or 3D culture
conditions
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