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A Thermogelling Organic-Inorganic Hybrid Hydrogel with Excellent Printability, Shape Fidelity and Cytocompatibility for 3D Bioprinting

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submitted on 24.04.2021, 16:44 and posted on 26.04.2021, 14:20 by Chen Hu, Taufiq Ahmad, Malik Salman Haider, Lukas Hahn, Philipp Stahlhut, Jürgen Groll, Robert Luxenhofer
In this study, an advanced hybrid ink was developed, based on a thermogelling block copolymer, alginate and clay. The reversible thermogelling and shear thinning properties polymer acts at the same time as a fugitive material on the macromolecular level and facilitates the cell-laden extrusion based bioprinting.

Funding

Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft

Chinese Scholarship Council

Higher Education Commission Pakistan

Deutscher Akademischer Austauchdienst

History

Email Address of Submitting Author

robert.luxenhofer@helsinki.fi

Institution

University of Helsinki

Country

Finland

ORCID For Submitting Author

0000-0001-5567-7404

Declaration of Conflict of Interest

RL is listed as inventor on a patent pertinent to some materials in the present work. The authors declare no other competing financial interest.

Version Notes

first version submitted for peer review

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