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Title Cell and organ printing / Bradley R. Ringeisen, Barry J. Spargo, Peter K. Wu, editors.
Imprint Dordrecht : Springer, 2010.

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Subject Tissue engineering.
Cell Culture Techniques -- methods.
Organ Culture Techniques -- methods.
Biotechnology -- methods.
Cell Culture Techniques -- methods.
Organ Culture Techniques -- methods.
Tissue Engineering -- methods.
Printing -- methods.
Organ Culture Techniques -- instrumentation.
Tissue Engineering.
Alt Name Ringeisen, Bradley R.
Spargo, Barry J.
Wu, Peter K.
Description 1 online resource (xiv, 260 pages) : illustrations (some color)
polychrome rdacc
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Foreword; References; Contents; Contributors; Part I Biological Freeform Fabrication; 1 3D On-Demand Bioprinting for the Creation of Engineered Tissues; Part II Ink Jet Approaches; 2 Reconstruction of Biological Three-Dimensional Tissues: Bioprinting and Biofabrication Using Inkjet Technology; 3 Piezoelectric Inkjet Printing of Cells and Biomaterials; Part III Modified Laser Induced Forward Transfer (LIFT) Approaches; 4 Laser-Induced Forward Transfer: A Laser-Based Technique for Biomolecules Printing; 5 Biological Laser Printing (BioLP) for High Resolution Cell Deposition.
Summary Cell and organ printing has become a hot topic of scientific pursuit. Since several early publications between 2000-2003 that demonstrated proof-of-concept, cell and organ printing has blossomed into a rich area for scientific exploration that is being performed by researchers across the globe. Research has thoroughly demonstrated that living cells can be printed via a number of actuations including electrospray, extrusion via micropens and ejection through photothermal, thermal or optical mechanisms. This topic has come of age and it is ripe for exploring the underpinnings of the research to.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9789048191451 (electronic bk.)
9048191459 (electronic bk.)
9048191440 (print)
9789048191444 (print)
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-90-481-9145-1
OCLC # 676700803
Additional Format Print version: Cell and organ printing. Dordrecht ; New York : Springer, 2010 (DLC) 2010933518

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