Printing microvessels for organoid bioengineering

Adrian Ranga

by Adrian Ranga, KU Leuven – Laboratory of Bioengineering and Morphogenesis

Organoids are increasingly widespread model systems for answering fundamental questions in developmental biology, and serve as potential building blocks for regenerative medicine applications. However, current approaches to recreate organoid morphogenesis in vitro rely on poorly controllable and ill-defined culture conditions, thereby largely overlooking the contribution of extracellular factors in promoting multicellular growth.

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