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    Development of a 3D Bioprinted Scaffold with Spatio-temporally Defined Patterns of BMP-2 and VEGF for the Regeneration of Large Bone Defects
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    The local delivery of growth factors such as BMP-2 is a well-established strategy for the repair of bone defects. The limitations of such approaches clinically are well documented and can be linked to the need for supraphysiological doses and poor spatio-temporal control of growth factor release in vivo. Using bioprinting techniques, it is

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    3D-printed Recoverable Microdrive and Base Plate System for Rodent Electrophysiology
    [Abstract]

    Extracellular recordings in freely moving animals allow the monitoring of brain activity from populations of neurons at single-spike temporal resolution. While state-of-the-art electrophysiological recording devices have been developed in recent years (e.g., µLED and Neuropixels silicon probes), implantation methods for silicon probes in

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    Inkjet 3D Printing of Polymers Resistant to Fungal Attachment
    Authors:  Yinfeng He, Cindy Vallieres, Morgan R. Alexander, Ricky D. Wildman and Simon V. Avery, date: 05/05/2021, view: 2431, Q&A: 0
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    Inkjet 3D printing is an additive manufacturing method that allows the user to produce a small batch of customized devices for comparative study versus commercial products. Here, we describe the use of a commercial 2D ink development system (Dimatix material printing) to manufacture small batches of 3D medical or other devices using a recently

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