A.I. Burnasyan Scientific journal FMBC

Clinical Bulletin

ISSN 2782-6430 (print)

State Research Center −Burnasyan Federal Medical Biophysical
Center of Federal Medical Biological Agency

The journal is published in Russian.
Format – A4.
The periodicity of the journal is 4 times a year.

Issue №2 2022 год

A.I. Burnasyan  FMBC clinical bulletin. 2022 № 1

Additive Technologies of 3D Bioprinting for Regenerative Medicine
T.A. Astrelina, A.S. Samoilov

A.I. Burnasyan Federal Medical Biophysical Center, Moscow, Russia
Contact person: Tatiana Astrelina, t_astrelina@mail.ru

Abstract
The development of tissue engineering in recent years is associated with the use of additive technologies for the production of transplants and their application in regenerative medicine. 3D bioprinting opens up great prospects for obtaining complex, physiologically three-dimensional tissue structures and makes it possible to design and manufacture such structures with control over their size and function. The review considers three main methods of three-dimensional bioprinting: extrusion, droplet and laser bioprinting, each of which has its own advantages and disadvantages. The resulting tissue constructs, created using 3D bioprinting, open up new possibilities in tissue engineering and regenerative medicine for researchers.
Keywords: additive technologies, 3D bioprinting, bioprinter, regenerative medicine, biomaterial, tissue engineering structures
For citation: Astrelina TA, Samoilov AS. Additive Technologies of 3D Bioprinting for Regenerative Medicine. A.I. Burnasyan Federal Medical Biophysical Center Clinical Bulletin. 2022.1:5-12. (In Russian) DOI: 10.33266/2782-6430-2022-1-5-12

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Conflict of interest. The authors declare no conflict of interest. 
Financing. The study had no sponsorship.
Contribution. Article was prepared with equal participation of the authors.
Article received: 20.01.2022. Accepted for publication: 01.02.2022

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