In Vivo Remodeling of a 3D-Bioprinted Tissue Engineered Heart Valve Scaffold

Department of Cardiovascular Medicine, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN, USA

3D-bioprinting allows for host cell integration coupled with ECM remodeling to establish a viable TEHV that will grow and adapt with the patient. This technology can achieve homogenous porosity and allow deposition of different cell types within a construct [8]. 3D-bioprinted valves are customizable to patients through direct digital input from patient imaging utilizing computed tomography and ultrasound imaging.

By The Motic Team

Find this interesting? Share it on social!

Thank you for your interest in Motic Digital Pathology! For us to help find the best solution for you, please fill out the following form and a Motic team member will be in touch within 1 business day.

Looking for something?

Thank you for your interest in Motic Digital Pathology! For us to help find the best solution for you, please fill out the following form and a Motic team member will be in touch within 1 business day.