Novel enzymatically cross-linked silk fibroin bioink for bioprinting of patient-specific memory-shape implants for meniscus regeneration.

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TitleNovel enzymatically cross-linked silk fibroin bioink for bioprinting of patient-specific memory-shape implants for meniscus regeneration.
Publication TypeConference Abstract -ISI Web of Science Indexed
Year of Publication2019
AuthorsCosta J. B., Silva-Correia J., Reis R. L., and Dr. Oliveira J. M.
Abstract

The regeneration of the meniscus tissue using a biomimetic implant is still a big challenge in the orthopedic field [1]. The use of 3D printing combined with the development of novel biomaterials-based bioinks can be the perfect solution to achieve a fast and successful progress in this field [2]. The reverse engineering approaches can allow controlling the architecture of the implant and to reproduce tissue’s anatomy with high degree of fidelity and reproducibility [3]. In this work, a novel enzymatically cross-linked silk fibroin (SF) bioink based was developed for 3D bioprinting of patient-specific memory-shape implants for meniscus tissue engineering applications.

JournalTransactions of the Annual Meeting of the Society for Biomaterials and the Annual International Biomaterials Symposium
Conference NameSociety for Biomaterials
Date Published2019-04-03
Conference LocationSeattle, USA
ISSN1526-7547
ISBN 9781510883901
Keywords3D bioprinting, Bioink, silk
RightsopenAccess
Peer reviewedno
Statuspublished

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