Nonmulberry silk based ink for fabricating mechanically robust cardiac patches and endothelialized myocardium-on-a-chip application

Nonmulberry silk based ink for fabricating mechanically robust cardiac patches and endothelialized myocardium-on-a-chip application

Shreya Mehrotra, Bruna A. G. de Melo, Minoru Hirano, Wendy Keung, Ronald A. Li, Biman B. Mandal, Su Ryon Shin

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Bioprinting holds great promise toward engineering functional cardiac tissue constructs for regenerative medicine and as drug test models. However, it is highly limited by the choice of inks that require maintaining a balance between the structure and functional properties associated with the...

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Nonmulberry silk based ink for fabricating mechanically robust cardiac patches and endothelialized myocardium-on-a-chip application

Shreya Mehrotra, Bruna A. G. de Melo, Minoru Hirano, Wendy Keung, Ronald A. Li, Biman B. Mandal, Su Ryon Shin


										

Nonmulberry silk based ink for fabricating mechanically robust cardiac patches and endothelialized myocardium-on-a-chip application

Shreya Mehrotra, Bruna A. G. de Melo, Minoru Hirano, Wendy Keung, Ronald A. Li, Biman B. Mandal, Su Ryon Shin

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    Advanced functional materials

    (2020), n. art. 1907436