Ink-jet printer helps researchers understand tissue regeneration

12/19/2006 | MIT Technology Review

A custom-designed ink-jet printer has aided researchers in developing bone and muscle from adult stem cells in mice. Carnegie Mellon University researchers used bioprinting to print growth-factor solutions on the same slide, creating a scaffold on which the stem cells could differentiate into bone or muscle cells.

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