Additive Manufacturing Using Melt Extruded Thermoplastics for Tissue Engineering

Melt extrusion of thermoplastic materials is an important technique for fabricating tissue engineering scaffolds by additive manufacturing methods. Scaffold manufacturing is commonly achieved by one of the following extrusion-based techniques: fused depos

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ComputerAided Tissue Engineering Methods and Protocols

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MOLECULAR BIOLOGY

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Computer-Aided Tissue Engineering Methods and Protocols

Edited by

Alberto Rainer Università Campus Bio-Medico di Roma, Rome, Italy

Lorenzo Moroni Department of Complex Tissue Regeneration, MERLN Institute for Technology Inspired Regenerative Medicine, Maastricht, The Netherlands

Editors Alberto Rainer Universita` Campus Bio-Medico di Roma Rome, Italy

Lorenzo Moroni Department of Complex Tissue Regeneration MERLN Institute for Technology Inspired Regenerative Medicine Maastricht, The Netherlands

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