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  • Journal title : KSBB Journal
  • Volume 30, Issue 6,  2015, pp.268-274
  • Publisher : Korean Society for Biotechnology and Bioengineering
  • DOI : 10.7841/ksbbj.2015.30.6.268
 Title & Authors
Status and Prospect of 3D Bio-Printing Technology
Kim, Sung Ho; Yeo, Ki Baek; Park, Min Kyu; Park, Joung Soon; Ki, Mi Ran; Pack, Seung Pil;
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 Abstract
3D printing technology has been used in various fields such as materials science, manufacturing, education, and medical field. A number of research are underway to improve the 3D printing technology. Recently, the use of 3D printing technology for fabricating an artificial tissue, organ and bone through the laminating of cell and biocompatible material has been introduced and this could make the conformity with the desired shape or pattern for producing human entire organs for transplantation. This special printing technique is known as "3D Bio-Printing", which has potential in biomedical application including patient-customized organ out-put. In this paper, we describe the current 3D bio-printing technology, and bio-materials used in it and present it's practical applications.
 Keywords
3D bio-printing;Tissue engineering;Scaffold;Biomaterial;Biomedical science application;
 Language
Korean
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