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3D-printing skin cells can help patients heal faster

by Futures Centre, Apr 11
1 minute read

The first mobile bioprinter has been created by scientists from the Institute for Regenerative Medicine (WFIRM). The machine is able to print skin on to wounds.

Cells by Michael Schiffer

The bioprinter can be filled with a patient’s cells and treat large wounds or burns by printing skin layer by layer.

This process starts the healing process, making it much faster.



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