Abstract: Hollow, tubular organs including oesophagus, trachea, stomach, intestine, bladder and urethra may require repair or replacement due to disease. Current treatment is considered an unmet clinical need. Tissue engineering strategies aim to overcome these by fabricating tubular mesh like structures with biomimetic biomaterials. Such mesh-like structures or stents can restore the function of diseased tissues...Continue reading
New developments in accelerating wound healing can have immense beneficial socioeconomic impact. The wound healing process is a highly orchestrated series of mechanisms where a multitude of cells and biological cascades are involved.
There is an unmet need for artificial tissue to address current limitations with donor organs and problems with donor site morbidity.
Additive manufacturing technology refers to a variety of processes in which digital model data can be used to create three‐dimensional (3D) objects. The term has become widely synonymous with 3D printing.
Aimed at Point-of-Care Tissue Repair and Regeneration Solutions
Establishing a catalogue of materials that can be 3D printed to match a range of mechanical/functional properties to mimic biological tissue properties with BiomimInks.