Infographic: Which 3-D Printed Tissues are Closest to the Clinic?
Infographic: Which 3-D Printed Tissues are Closest to the Clinic?
Skin is much easier to create using 3-D printing than intestines.
Infographic: Which 3-D Printed Tissues are Closest to the Clinic?
Infographic: Which 3-D Printed Tissues are Closest to the Clinic?

Skin is much easier to create using 3-D printing than intestines.

Skin is much easier to create using 3-D printing than intestines.

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