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    Stem cells in three-dimensional bioprinting: Future perspectives
    Author(s): Jameel Osborne, Jessica Hellein, Reetish Singla, Pawan K Singal and Dinender K Singla*

    Three-dimensional (3D) bioprinting is a new technology used to create biological constructs, widening the scope of regenerative and therapeutic medicine. Stem cells are self-renewing, remain undifferentiated unless stimulated and have the capability to differentiate into all specialized cell types. These characteristics make stem cells ideal for use in the production of 3D printed constructs. A biological construct is composed of cells in a scaffold that is compatible, biomimics and can integrate in vivo. Biological structures generated using 3D bioprinting have the potential to alleviate the need for donor tissue and organs for transplantation. Additionally, these constructs also provide a better way to model disease and test pharmaceuticals... Read More»
    DOI: 10.4172/2368-0512.1000050