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Candidate Bioinks for Extrusion 3D Bioprinting—A Systematic Review of the Literature

Sam P. Tarassoli, Zita Jessop Orcid Logo, Thomas Jovic, Karl Hawkins Orcid Logo, Iain Whitaker

Frontiers in Bioengineering and Biotechnology, Volume: 9

Swansea University Authors: Zita Jessop Orcid Logo, Thomas Jovic, Karl Hawkins Orcid Logo, Iain Whitaker

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PurposeOur aim was to identify biomaterials that have been found to be suitable for extrusion 3D bioprinting, outline their biomechanical properties and biocompatibility towards their application for bioprinting specific tissue types. This systematic review provides an in depth overview of current b...

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