Bioprinter
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1: Bioprinters use ink-jet printer technology to lay down controlled layers of cells. Currently in development in a variety of locations, (including the University of Manchester, the University of Utah, and Carnegie-Mellon), bioprinter systems will eventually be able to produce custom-made biological structures, including organs. [1]

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bioartificial
bioinformatics

(Ismini Koronidi , 26/11/2007)
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