Researchers implant the first 3D-printed blood vessels into monkeys

John Biggs posted: "Scientists at Sichuan Revotek and the Regenerative Medicine Research Center of West China Hospital at Sichuan University have successfully embedded 3D-printed blood vessels into simian test subjects. The vessels, which are made of stem cell-based organic "

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Researchers implant the first 3D-printed blood vessels into monkeys

by John Biggs

Scientists at Sichuan Revotek and the Regenerative Medicine Research Center of West China Hospital at Sichuan University have successfully embedded 3D-printed blood vessels into simian test subjects. The vessels, which are made of stem cell-based organic material, were a major breakthrough in vascular regeneration. According to 3Ders the system uses "stem cell bioink, which was […]

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John Biggs | December 14, 2016 at 12:51 pm | Tags: biology, stem cell, Emerging-Technologies, 3d printing | Categories: Gadgets, Startups, TC | URL: http://wp.me/p1FaB8-5ZyY

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