Context and Objectives
Novel strategies based on bio-printing technologies appear as a new paradigm for the engineering of 3D cell culture microenvironments. Proposed approaches allow either the fabrication of artificial scaffolds acting as a mechanical support for soft tissues or either the direct printing of cells seeded within an extracellular matrix. Nevertheless, the integration of specific cells and biomaterials within a realistic spatial distribution of topographical and mechanical biomimetic landscape is still a major challenge.
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