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Researchers from the Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative has created a 3D bioprinter that is precise enough to actually manufacture replacement tissue capable of being used in trBioprinters work the same way that conventional 3D printers do, using additive manufacturing to build complex structures layer by layer. Instead of using plastics, resins, and metals, bioprinters use special bio-materials that closely approximate functional, living tissue

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