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3D-Printed Bone Using Stem Cells

Posted by anna@stemsave.com on Dec 29, 2016 5:00:00 PM

A team of researchers at the University of Glasgow are utilizing 3D printers to create bone scaffolds that, when coated with a growth substance and stem cells, will continue to grow into bone in the implanted body. The aim of utilizing synthetically grown bone replacements is to create a readily available technology that can be used around the world, especially in places abundant with landmines. This is an important breakthrough for landmine blast survivors whose only option is usually amputation.

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Topics: bone scaffolding, 3D Printing, regenerative medicine, biological alternatives

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