Tinten für die Biofabrikation–Druckbarkeit vs. Biokompatibilität?

Kuth S, Lorke M, Frischknecht R, Boccaccini AR (2023)

Publication Type: Journal article

Publication year: 2023


Book Volume: 29

Pages Range: 736-739

Journal Issue: 7

DOI: 10.1007/s12268-023-2046-0


In biomaterial ink development, achieving optimal performance is a complex process. A biomaterial ink that shows excellent printability may be inferior in terms of cell compatibility. Properties facilitating printability of biomaterial inks include, among others, viscosity and stiffness. Research shows that stiffness plays a pivotal role in dictating cell response. Neurons used in this study require an exceptionally low matrix stiffness, which may not show best printability results when realized in a biomaterial ink.

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Kuth, S., Lorke, M., Frischknecht, R., & Boccaccini, A.R. (2023). Tinten für die Biofabrikation–Druckbarkeit vs. Biokompatibilität? BioSpektrum, 29(7), 736-739. https://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s12268-023-2046-0


Kuth, Sonja, et al. "Tinten für die Biofabrikation–Druckbarkeit vs. Biokompatibilität?" BioSpektrum 29.7 (2023): 736-739.

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