Cell encapsidation and bio-printing are promising experimental approaches for miniaturized 3D-cell cultures. These cell-based assays cover a wide range of applications (e.g. Drug discovery purposes, tissue engineering…). But which biomaterial can one use to obtain reliable functional cell-based assays? How can you get biologically relevant data? Which critical properties should the biomaterial have for optimal bioprinting?
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