3D Biomaterial Microarrays for Regenerative Medicine: Current State-of-the-Art, Emerging Directions and Future Trends.
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Three dimensional (3D) biomaterial microarrays hold enormous promise for regenerative medicine because of their ability to accelerate the design and fabrication of biomimetic materials. Such tissue-like biomaterials can provide an appropriate microenvironment for stimulating and controlling stem cell differentiation into tissue-specific lineages. The use of 3D biomaterial microarrays can, if optimized correctly, result in a more than 1000-fold reduction in biomaterials and cells consumption when engineering optimal materials combinations, which makes these miniaturized systems very attractive for tissue engineering and drug screening applications.
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Gaharwar, A. K., Arpanaei, A., Andresen, T. L., & Dolatshahi-Pirouz, A.
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Gaharwar, Akhilesh K||Arpanaei, Ayyoob||Andresen, Thomas L||Dolatshahi-Pirouz, Alireza