Cell and Biofactor Printable Biopapers


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January 17, 2012, Duration: 05:04, The Naval Research Laboratory has developed thin polymer/hydrogel scaffold sheets, or "biopapers," which act as substrates for cell and biofactor printing. In this video, Dr. Bradley Ringeisen, head of the Bioenergy & Biofabrication Section discusses his recently published paper, "PLGA/hydrogel biopapers as a stackable substrate for printing HUVEC networks via BioLP™."


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