3D Printing for Liver Tissue Engineering

Liver disease influences 25 million patients with more than 25,000deaths for each year in the USA. One of the new technologies that have ventured into the field of tissue designing is three-dimensional (3D) printing. 3D printing empowers the manufacture of more unpredictable platforms with better control over uniformity, engineering, shape, porosity, and pore network. Organs of a dull microstructure, for example, the liver are especially amiable to 3D printing technologies. AM technologies that are at present being utilized, issues with characterizing engineered constructs, attempts at reproducing liver architecture, and future directions in the field of 3D printing liver tissue engineering.

  • Liver structural and Functional complexity
  • Liver Tissue Engineering and Additive Manufacturing
  • Challenges in characterization
  • Engineering the macro and microstructural complexity of the liver

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