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Combo 3D bioprinting patches up skin and bone injuries in one procedure

Researchers have tested a new bioprinting method on rats that can repair injuries to both skin and bones

Researchers at Pennsylvania State University have developed a method to patch up injuries by 3D printing both hard and soft tissues at the same time, using two different “bioinks.” In tests on rats, the team was able to repair holes the skulls and skin of the rodents in minutes.

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