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- Kumar Shrestha, Lok, et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Journal of materials chemistry B 2017 v.5 no.44 pp. 8854-8864
- biocompatible materials; biodegradability; bioprinting; body temperature; cell culture; culture media; graphene; graphene oxide; humans; hydrogels; manufacturing; metabolism; nanocomposites; nanomaterials; neural stem cells; oxygen; polyurethanes; rheological properties; tissue engineering; tissues
- ... 3D bioprinting is known as an additive manufacturing technology that builds customized structures from cells and supporting biocompatible materials for the repair of damaged tissues or organs. In this study, we prepared water-dispersible graphene and graphene oxide, which are 2D nanomaterials with high conductivity and potential applications in neural tissue engineering. Moreover, we synthesized a ...