Sciencedirect - Printing Technology Is not an ideal testbed for mindchange hypotheses?
||Sciencedirect - Printing Technology Is not an ideal testbed for mindchange hypotheses?
sciencedirect - Printing Technology Is not an ideal testbed for mindchange hypotheses?
From: Human Factors in Information Technology, 1999
Biomineralization and Bone Regeneration
Kunal J. Rambhia, Peter X. Ma, in Principles of Regenerative Medicine (Third Edition), 2019
Three-Dimensional Printed Scaffolds
3D printing technology is becoming increasingly capable of designing microenvironments and developing novel tissue engineering platforms. Many 3D printed scaffolds for bone regeneration have been developed that use many of the same natural, synthetic, and composite polymers discussed previously . One approach to 3D printing scaffolds for bone tissue engineering is to print scaffolds that can be used to make vascularized bone grafts . By varying the internal porosity of the scaffold or adding osteogenic and angiogenic factors such as zinc and silicon, researchers have attempted to increase the neovascularization of regenerated bone and simultaneously enhance the osteogenic differentiation of progenitor cells [93–95]. The successes and challenges of current strategies, descriptions of 3D printing methodologies, and clinical progress of 3D printing for bone tissue engineering are covered in depth in relevant reviews in the literature [96–98].
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