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|Title:||3D-bioprinted cancer-on-a-chip: level-up organotypic in vitro models|
|Author:||Monteiro, Maria V.|
Zhang, Yu Shrike
Gaspar, Vítor M.
Mano, João F.
|Keywords:||In vitro Tumor models|
Preclinical Drug Screening
|Abstract:||Combinatorial conjugation of organ-on-a-chip platforms with additive manufacturing technologies is rapidly emerging as a disruptive approach for upgrading cancer-on-a-chip systems towards anatomic-sized dynamic in vitro models. This valuable technological synergy has potential for giving rise to truly physiomimetic 3D models that better emulate tumor microenvironment elements, bioarchitecture, and response to multidimensional flow dynamics. Herein, we showcase the most recent advances in bioengineering 3D-bioprinted cancer-on-a-chip platforms and provide a comprehensive discussion on design guidelines and possibilities for high-throughput analysis. Such hybrid platforms represent a new generation of highly sophisticated 3D tumor models with improved biomimicry and predictability of therapeutics performance.|
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