Stereolithography 3D Bioprinting.

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Summary of "Stereolithography 3D Bioprinting."

Stereolithography (SLA) 3D bioprinting has emerged as a prominent bioprinting method addressing the requirements of complex tissue fabrication. This chapter addresses the advancement in SLA 3D bioprinting in concurrent with the development of novel photocrosslinkable biomaterials with enhanced physical and chemical properties. We discuss the cytocompatible photoinitiators operating in the wide spectrum of the ultraviolet (UV) and the visible light and high-resolution dynamic mask projection systems with a suitable illumination source. The potential of SLA 3D bioprinting has been explored in various themes, like bone and neural tissue engineering and in the development of controlled microenvironments to study cell behavior. The flexible design and versatility of SLA bioprinting makes it an attractive bioprinting process with myriad possibilities and clinical applications.


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Name: Methods in molecular biology (Clifton, N.J.)
ISSN: 1940-6029
Pages: 93-108


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