Printable Materials with Enhanced Functionality for use in 3D Tissue Models

Matthew Wilson, Prosper Kanyong, BJ Meenan

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Abstract

New materials for the provision of functional printable inks are essential if the potential of 3D printing of human tissue models is to be fully released. This study reports the properties of a range of novel conductive polymers formulated from hydroxypropyl-cellulose (HPC), PEDOT:PSS and graphene nano-platelets. Data on their suitability for 3D printing and response to external conditions such as variation in temperature and electrical stimulus are presented.

Conference

ConferenceAnnual Meeting of the European Society for Biomaterials
Abbreviated titleESB2018
CountryNetherlands
CityMaastricht
Period9/09/1813/09/18

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Printing
Tissue
Graphite
Platelets
Ink
Polymers
Temperature
poly(3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene)-poly(styrenesulfonate)
hydroxypropylcellulose

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Wilson, M., Kanyong, P., & Meenan, BJ. (Accepted/In press). Printable Materials with Enhanced Functionality for use in 3D Tissue Models. Abstract from Annual Meeting of the European Society for Biomaterials, Maastricht, Netherlands.
Wilson, Matthew ; Kanyong, Prosper ; Meenan, BJ. / Printable Materials with Enhanced Functionality for use in 3D Tissue Models. Abstract from Annual Meeting of the European Society for Biomaterials, Maastricht, Netherlands.
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Wilson, M, Kanyong, P & Meenan, BJ 2018, 'Printable Materials with Enhanced Functionality for use in 3D Tissue Models' Annual Meeting of the European Society for Biomaterials, Maastricht, Netherlands, 9/09/18 - 13/09/18, .

Printable Materials with Enhanced Functionality for use in 3D Tissue Models. / Wilson, Matthew; Kanyong, Prosper; Meenan, BJ.

2018. Abstract from Annual Meeting of the European Society for Biomaterials, Maastricht, Netherlands.

Research output: Contribution to conferenceAbstract

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