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Essentials of 3D biofabrication and translation [electronic resource] /
edited by Anthony Atala and James J. Yoo.
Amsterdam ; Boston : Elsevier/Academic Press, [2015]
xvii, 422 pages : illustrations ; 29 cm
0128009721 (hbk), 9780128009727 (hbk)
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Amsterdam ; Boston : Elsevier/Academic Press, [2015]
0128009721 (hbk)
9780128009727 (hbk)
Licensed for access by U. of T. users.
contents note
Bioprinting essentials of cell and protein viability -- Software for biofabrication -- Design and quality control for translating 3D-printed scaffolds -- Inkjet bioprinting -- In vivo and in situ biofabrication by laser-assisted bioprinting -- Stereolithographic 3D bioprinting for biomedical applications -- Extrusion bioprinting -- Indirect rapid prototyping for tissue engineering -- Bioprinting using aqueous two-phase system -- Bioprinting of organs for toxicology testing -- High throughput screening with biofabrication platforms -- Biosensor and bioprinting -- Polymers for bioprinting -- Hydrogels for 3D bioprinting applications -- Bioprinting of organoids -- Bioprinting of three-dimensional tissues and organ constructs -- Bioprinting of bone -- Bioprinting of cartilage : recent progress on bioprinting of cartilage -- Biofabrication of vascular networks -- Bioprinting of blood vessels -- Bioprinting of cardiac tissues -- Bioprinting of skin -- Bioprinting of nerve -- Bioprinting : an industrial perspective.
"Essentials of 3D Biofabrication and Translation discusses the techniques that are making bioprinting a viable alternative in regenerative medicine. The book runs the gamut of topics related to the subject, including hydrogels and polymers, nanotechnology, toxicity testing, and drug screening platforms, also introducing current applications in the cardiac, skeletal, and nervous systems, and organ construction. Leaders in clinical medicine and translational science provide a global perspective of the transformative nature of this field, including the use of cells, biomaterials, and macromolecules to create basic building blocks of tissues and organs, all of which are driving the field of biofabrication to transform regenerative medicine."--
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