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SELECTBIO Conferences Organoids & Organs-on-Chips 2021


Applications for Combining Extrusion and Light-based Bioprinting Techniques

Nicole Diamantides, Bioprinting Field Application Scientist, CELLINK

Extrusion and light-based bioprinting are different 3D fabrication techniques that have been used for a wide variety of applications such as tissue engineering, 3D cell culture models for drug discovery, and creating models to study disease progression. Extrusion bioprinting is compatible with a wide variety of biomaterials and allows for the creation of multimaterial constructs that aid in mimicking the native tissue environment. Light-based printing, such as digital light processing, utilizes biomaterials that can be crosslinked upon exposure to light allowing for the creation of 3D structures with small features, such as channels which can act as vasculature. This talk will highlight how these two bioprinting techniques can be used in conjunction to create more complex and physiologically-accurate 3D models.

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