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Our latest review on 3D printing of electrically conductive hydrogels published in Acta Biomaterialia

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Our review paper “3D printing of electrically conductive hydrogels for tissue engineering and biosensors – A review” (authors: T. Distler and A. R. Boccaccini) has been recently published in Acta Biomaterialia [1]. This review covers the main 3D printing techniques used to obtain electrically conductive hydrogel constructs, their properties and applications, focusing in tissue engineering and biosensor applications. The recent advances in the field of 3D printing of electrically conductive hydrogels has been covered, promising materials and future perspectives in the field are discussed.” [1] T. Distler, A. R. Boccaccini, 3D printing of electrically conductive hydrogels for tissue engineering and biosensors – A review, Acta Biomat. (2019) doi: 10.1016/j.actbio.2019.08.044.

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