Our new new paper on bioprinting of alginate published in “Biofabrication”

Symbolic picture for the article. The link opens the image in a large view.

A new publication featuring the collaboration of subprojects A01, A02, A07, B06, B08 if the Collaborative Research Centre TRR/SFB 225 “From the fundamentals of biofabrication towards functional tissue models” has been accepted for publication (Open Access) in the journal Biofabrication.
The study [1] reports the development of a homogeneous pre-crosslinking technique for alginate hydrogels, which was shown to markedly improve the printability of alginate solutions in order to achieve high cell viability and shape fidelity post-printing. The image is the graphical abstract of the paper (published in gold open access basis under a CC BY 3.0 licence).

[1] Hazur, J., et al., Improving alginate printability for biofabrication: establishment of a universal and homogeneous pre-crosslinking technique, Biofabrication (2020) in press.