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Bioprinting bone substitute materials with cell-laden bioinks

Bone tissue engineering (BTE) is a developing field in materials science and bioengineering, in which researchers aim to engineer an ideal, bioinspired material to promote assisted bone repair.

Since experimental strategies are yet to translate from the laboratory bench to clinical practice in orthopedics, the research field combines cutting-edge technologies for exciting new approaches in bone substitute materials development. The interplay of cells, proteins, biological components and biomaterials during biofabrication in the lab can assist the manufacture of biological building blocks at the industrial scale for applications in regenerative medicine.

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