Bioprinting Progress for Tracheal Tissue Construct

Published 2020-01-18

Researchers from Wake Forest University's Institute of Regenerative Medicine, led by Sean Murphy, Ph.D. recently achieved a milestone in bioprinting by successfully printing stem cell containing hydrogels onto a synthetic biodegradable tracheal construct. The Stem Cells appropriately differentiated into cartilage and smooth muscle cells resembling the cell distribution, flexibible and and strenght of normal tracheal tissue. The study is published in the December, 2019 issue of Biofabrication.

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