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Title: 3D-bioprinted constructs that breathe
Author: Correia, Clara R.
Mano, João F.
Issue Date: 6-Jan-2021
Publisher: Cell Press
Abstract: An old but still hot topic in tissue engineering (TE) is the establishment of efficient vascularization networks proving fine, controlled, and long-term distribution of oxygen and nutrients. Combining elegant three-dimensional (3D) fabrication techniques with unconventional living microorganisms, namely photosynthetic species, complex 3D-printed TE constructs are proposed by Maharjan et al. enabling to provide a continuous and on demand oxygen supply to mammalian tissues.
Peer review: yes
DOI: 10.1016/j.matt.2020.12.019
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