जर्नल ऑफ़ बायोमेडिकल इमेजिंग एंड बायोइंजीनियरिंग


Audit of extrusion-based multi-material bioprinting forms

Nicholas Behzad

Scaffold-based tissue building points to supply patients with changeless arrangements to harmed organs and tissues based on built platforms. For this, extrusion-based bioprinting has drawn significant consideration for framework manufacture due to its capacity to print a assortment of biomaterials or their blends with living cells, as well as its basic development and operation. Joining different materials is fundamental, however challenging, within the bioprinting handle to imitate the heterogeneous and anisotropic structure and properties of local tissue. This paper audits the extrusion-based bioprinting prepare that utilizes shifting approaches or components to print numerous materials and living cells, counting side-by-side printing, core-and-shell printing, and as of late created progressed bioprinting strategies. Key issues in this research area are also identified and discussed, along with recommendations for future research.