Convergence of printing technologies to engineer an interface between bone and cartilage

Conference Dates

June 5-9, 2017


The combination of multiple three dimensional printing technologies can aid the generation of osteochondral grafts that display a strong interface between the cartilage and the bone compartment. In this study, the integration between bone biomimetic a three-dimensional (3D) printed calcium phosphate paste (PCP) and a gelatin methacryloyl (gelMA) hydrogel substrate for cartilage, was reinforced with a PCL mesh produced by melt electrospinning writing (MEW).

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