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The scientists use four types of biological ink 3D printing tissue, which was implanted in rats without rejection and could be used for cancer research.
May 18, 2018

The researchers first used the 3D printing process to make simple shapes such as pyramids.Then they turn to complex three-dimensional structures that mimic parts of muscle tissue and musculoskeletal connective tissue.They then simulated the 3D printed shape of the tumor using a 3D vascular network.They tested the 3D printing structure by inserting them into rats.The body of the mouse combines artificial materials and the structure is not rejected.These 3D printed tumors allow researchers to test biological models in various types of cancer research.


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The study's co-authors were Yu Shrike Zhang of brigham and women's hospital and harvard medical school.The other authors are from the university of Santiago DE compostela in Spain, sharif university of technology, Iran and the university of California, San Diego.


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