3D bio printing & bio fabrication.
3D printing involves the construction of highly complex structures which is impossible to create in natural manufacturing means; this 3D printing approach is now introduced in Tissue engineering which opens the possibility of advanced tissue grafts, organs as well as personalized grafts. For printing Ink is necessary in Bio printing 2 poly saccharides alginate and gellan gum is used as Bio ink. Nanocomposite materials/ nanoparticles are incorporate into polymer network like anionic polymers to facilitate mechanical strengthening are mostly used to orthopaedic tissue regeneration such as cartilage and bone to use in orthopaedic tissue engineering. Explore more by joining your hand regarding the current aspects of Bio printing and bio fabrications.
· Bio inks
· Intelligent Biomaterials
· Printing for life sciences
· Importance of 3D Bio printing
· Prognostic and diagnostic biomarkers of cancer stem cells