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3D Bioprinters Generation of 3D Cell Models

The evolution towards increasingly automated procedures in every aspect of scientific research has also had repercussions on the generation of 3D cell models, with the affirmation of bioprinting techniques. Bioprinting consists of printing through the layer-on-layer deposition of biomaterials and biomolecules for the formation of 3D structures of tissues or organs that reproduce the structure of the tissue or organ in humans.

In addition to the application in tissue engineering (TE or tissue engineering), through the development of technologies controlled by specific software for the construction of customized structures at different scales of size, bioprinting technologies have been and are used for processing of in vitro models aimed at the characterization of molecular and cellular mechanisms underlying physiological and pathological conditions, as well as at the metabolism of drugs for the characterization of side effects in the pre-clinical phase.

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