The merger of bioprinting and microfluidics opens the door for on-demand and personalized organ-on-a-chip models and could be used in preclinical stages of drug trials. In this presentation, Cecilia Soto, an application specialist at CELLINK, discusses how 3D bioprinting technologies can be used for microfluidic applications.
- Fabricating microfluidic devices using 3D bioprinting
- CELLINK technologies being used to study microfluidics
- Co-axial printing as a method to create channel structures