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Northwestern researchers make progress towards bioink for 3D printing functional human ovaries

Researchers from Northwestern University and the Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago have published a paper detailing the ongoing development of ink for 3D printing bioprosthetic ovaries.  This ink is imbued with structural proteins derived from a pig ovary. The location of these proteins has been mapped and identified in the study. […]

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