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Tissue regeneration by bioprinting, a promising therapy for osteoarthritis patients

In the last decade, printing with biocompatible materials, also called bioprinting, has become particularly relevant in the area of tissue regeneration research.
In the specific case of osteoarthritis patients, this technology offers the possibility of creating customized solutions, from the production of personalized implants to the development of living tissue substitutes. This is precisely the aim of the European TriAnkle project: the creation, through 3D printing technology, of customized scaffolds made of collagen and gelatin. This regenerative therapy could improve the quality of life of patients with tendinopathies, as Lluis Quintana Frigola, Corporate Manager of Viscofan Bioengineering, explains in an article published in the Osteoarthritis Foundation International (OAFI) blog.
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