Bio-Inks And 3-D Printing May Yield Artificial Blood Vessels
Michael Dumiak (Berlin)October 14, 2013
A Stuttgart, Germany-based research team working on building artificial blood vessels with 3-D printers recently took another step forward by developing gelatin “bio-inks” that can be sprayed through inkjet nozzles without clogging them. The inks are an essential piece in the ongoing effort to turn...
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