A method for the production of complex cell-laden structures is reported, which allows high-levels of spatial control over mechanical and chemical properties. The potential of this method for producing complicated tissues is demonstrated by manufacturing a complex hard/soft tissue interface and demonstrating that cell phenotype can be maintained over four weeks of culture.
|Number of pages||6|
|Early online date||1 Feb 2017|
|Publication status||Published - 3 Apr 2017|
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- Department of Pharmacy - Professor
- School of Applied Sciences
- Biopolymer Research Centre - Director
- Institute of Skin Integrity and Infection Prevention - Member
- Pharmaceutics and Drug Delivery Centre - Associate Member