• 3-D bioprinting technology allows construction of biological tissue constructs that mimic the structure and function of native tissues or organs
  • Possible to precisely place various cell types with hydrogel-based bio-inks in a 3-D architecture
  • The hypothesis driving development of 3-D bioprinted tissue constructs is that by precisely placing cells in relation to each other, an environment that encourages physiologically relevant cues can be created, resulting in a tissue construct with appropriate functionality