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The University of Minnesota’s Bioprinting Facility studies human cell viability, proliferation, migration, and differentiation, as well as tissue morphogenesis, in three-dimensionally printed tissue constructs. We synthesize synthetic and natural biomaterials for use as “inks” in bioprinting projects. We employ a variety of bioprinting techniques and hydrogel crosslinking methods.
The facility provides bioprinters, reagents, consumables, an automatic imaging system, and personalized training sessions to meet all of your bioprinting research needs.