NewsUltrashort peptides go a long way for tissue
engineering

5th April 2021by admin0
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A new automated process prints a peptide-based
hydrogel scaffold containing uniformly distributed cells. The
scaffolds hold their shapes well and successfully facilitate cell
growth that lasts for weeks.

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