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Bioprinting process for tumor model development

Submission deadline: 15 September 2023
Special Issue Editors
Halima Alem
University of Lorraine
Interests: Biomaterials; Bioprinting; Nanomaterials
Special Issue Information

Dear Colleagues:

To improve the quality of life, when considering cancer disease, an increasing number and structure of nanomedicines and/or theragnostic tools were developed to prevent, diagnose and treat the diseases. But those scientific advances have to face a low rate when considering the reaching of the clinical trial stage. The difference in human physiology makes than the development of relevant in vitro cancer models crucial to efficiently assess and develop new anticancer molecules.  For instance, three-dimensional cell cultures and organ-on-chips devices are the best alternatives due to their ability to simulate cell-cell interactions and oxygen and nutrient gradients found in vivo. In this area, 3D bioprinting is a promising approach to generate reproducible and robust 3D tumor models. This computer assisted process enable the elaboration of 3D multi-cell constructs with a controlled architecture and a high reproducibility. This special issue aims then to emerge all the most relevant work presenting the high potential of 3D bioprinting for the cancer model developments.

Keywords
3D Bioprinting
3D Tumor
Nanomaterials
Cancer Model
Anticancer Molecules
3D multi-cell
Published Paper (3 Papers)
REVIEW

Droplet-based bioprinting for fabrication of tumor spheroids

Congying Liu, Yuhe Chen, Huawei Chen, Pengfei Zhang
IJB 2024, 10(1), 1214 https://doi.org/10.36922/ijb.1214
(This article belongs to the Special Issue Bioprinting process for tumor model development)
RESEARCH ARTICLE

Increased stiffness of extracellular matrix enhanced chemoresistance in 3D-bioprinted ovarian cancer model

Ying Shan, Mingchang Pang, Liqian Wang, Yixin Mao, ... Huayu Yang
IJB 2024, 10(3), 1673 https://doi.org/10.36922/ijb.1673
(This article belongs to the Special Issue Bioprinting process for tumor model development)
RESEARCH ARTICLE

A parallel multilayered neurovascular unit-on-a-chip for modeling neurovascular microenvironment and screening chemotherapeutic drugs

Yuanyuan Xu, Dongsheng Kong, Ting Zhang, Zhuo Xiong, Wei Sun
IJB 2024, 10(3), 1684 https://doi.org/10.36922/ijb.1684
(This article belongs to the Special Issue Bioprinting process for tumor model development)
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International Journal of Bioprinting, Electronic ISSN: 2424-8002 Print ISSN: 2424-7723, Published by AccScience Publishing