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3D bioprinting-based biomaterials for tissue engineering

Guest Editors:
Joon Myong Song: Seoul National University, Korea
Su Ryon Shin: Harvard Medical School, USA

Submission Status: Open   |   Submission Deadline: Closed

Tissue engineering and regenerative medicine have shown significant progress through the use of 3D bioprinting technology. Various hydrogel-based bioinks have been developed to facilitate 3D engineered tissue construction and their trans-lational applications. In this Nano Convergence    
thematic series, we provide a comprehensive overview of the latest advances in 3D bioprinting technology based tis-sue constructs,  various printable bioinks, and na-nomaterials. Specifically, the series include re-views on muscle tissue regeneration, conductive hydrogel inks and nano-engineered dECM bioinks, and ZnO nanomaterials for bioprinting.

  1. Wound treatment requires a plethora of independent properties. Hydration, anti-bacterial properties, oxygenation and patient-specific drug delivery all contribute to the best possible wound healing. Three-dime...

    Authors: Philipp Schadte, Franziska Rademacher, Gerrit Andresen, Marie Hellfritzsch, Haoyi Qiu, Gregor Maschkowitz, Regine Gläser, Nina Heinemann, Daniel Drücke, Helmut Fickenscher, Regina Scherließ, Jürgen Harder, Rainer Adelung and Leonard Siebert
    Citation: Nano Convergence 2023 10:53
  2. Engineered three-dimensional (3D) tissue constructs have emerged as a promising solution for regenerating damaged muscle tissue resulting from traumatic or surgical events. 3D architecture and function of the ...

    Authors: Seokgyu Han, Sebastián Herrera Cruz, Sungsu Park and Su Ryon Shin
    Citation: Nano Convergence 2023 10:48

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