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3D Printing in Medicine by Deepak M Kalaskar

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3D printed in vitro disease models

Shibu Chameettachal and Falguni Pati,    Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad, Kandi, Telangana, India

Abstract

The vital goal of most biomedical research is to understand the cellular and molecular mechanisms of human disease or to develop novel and innovative therapies or diagnostics. Although animal models, such as transgenic mice, provides crucial clues of many diseases, many of them fail to recapitulate the human disease condition precisely. Furthermore, it is hard to recognize crucial cellular and molecular contributors to disease or gain greater insights in whole-animal models. Recent advances in tissue engineering and microfabrication technologies have generated huge interest in researchers to develop ...

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