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Three-dimensional Biomimetic Technology

Three-dimensional Biomimetic Technology: Novel Biorubber Creates Defined Micro- and Macro-scale Architectures in Collagen Hydrogels

Article DOI: 10.3791/53578 12:07 min February 12th, 2016
February 12th, 2016



An innovative biofabrication technique was developed to engineer three-dimensional constructs that resemble the architectural features, components, and mechanical properties of in vivo tissue. This technique features a newly developed sacrificial material, BSA rubber, which transfers detailed spatial features, reproducing the in vivo architectures of a wide variety of tissues.



Three-dimensional Biomimetic Technology Biorubber Collagen Hydrogels Tissue Engineering ECM Cell Interactions Architectural Features Tissue Replacements Microgeometry Interior Flow Channels Biodegradable Material Veronica Rodriguez-Rivera Post-doctoral Associate BSA Rubber Sterilization Dispenser Stainless Steel Mold Pieces Luer Lock
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