Bioprinting research

Bioprinting research

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Caption: Bioprinting research. Light micrograph of live human chondrocyte cells 'printed' onto medium using an adaptation of inkjet technology known as bioprinting. Bioprinters could one day be used to 'print' bioartificial tissues and organs for use in surgery. Photographed in 2008 at the laboratory of Professor Brian Derby, University of Manchester, UK.

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