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Leaf-templated, microwell-integrated microfluidic chips for high-throughput cell experiments EI SCIE PubMed Scopus
期刊论文 | 2018 , 10 (2) | BIOFABRICATION
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As an alternative to conventional cell culture and animal testing, an organ-on-a-chip is applied to study the biological phenomena of organ development and disease, as well as the interactions between human tissues and external stimuli such as chemicals, forces and electricity. The pattern design of a microfluidic channel is one of the key approaches to regulate cell growth and differentiation, because these channels work as a crucial vasculature system to control the fluidic flow throughout the organon-a-chip device. In this study, we introduce a novel leaf-templated, microwell-integrated microfluidic chip for high-throughput cell experiments, consisting of a leaf-venation layer for fluent fluid flow, and a microwell-array layer for cell to reside. Computational fluid dynamics analysis was carried out to study the fluidic flow within leaf-venation network, which was further used to optimize the design of microwell arrays. A simple leaf-venation-mold-based microreplication method was developed to transfer the intact native leaf venation network into leaf-venation layer and 3D printing technology was used to fabricate the microwell-array layer. The layers were then assembled and used for perfusion culture, showing that leaf-templated microfluidic channels provided a sufficient culture medium for cells within each microwell. These results indicate a novel and effective strategy to generate a biomimetic microfluidic chip with an effective vascular transport system for high-throughput cell experiments.

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high-throughput nature-inspired leaf-venation network microfluidic chips

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GB/T 7714 Mao, Mao , He, Jiankang , Lu, Yongjie et al. Leaf-templated, microwell-integrated microfluidic chips for high-throughput cell experiments [J]. | BIOFABRICATION , 2018 , 10 (2) .
MLA Mao, Mao et al. "Leaf-templated, microwell-integrated microfluidic chips for high-throughput cell experiments" . | BIOFABRICATION 10 . 2 (2018) .
APA Mao, Mao , He, Jiankang , Lu, Yongjie , Li, Xiao , Li, Tianjiao , Zhou, Wenxing et al. Leaf-templated, microwell-integrated microfluidic chips for high-throughput cell experiments . | BIOFABRICATION , 2018 , 10 (2) .
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Advanced Material Strategies for Next-Generation Additive Manufacturing EI SCIE PubMed Scopus
期刊论文 | 2018 , 11 (1) | MATERIALS
WoS CC Cited Count: 3 SCOPUS Cited Count: 3
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Additive manufacturing (AM) has drawn tremendous attention in various fields. In recent years, great efforts have been made to develop novel additive manufacturing processes such as micro-/nano-scale 3D printing, bioprinting, and 4D printing for the fabrication of complex 3D structures with high resolution, living components, and multimaterials. The development of advanced functional materials is important for the implementation of these novel additive manufacturing processes. Here, a state-of-the-art review on advanced material strategies for novel additive manufacturing processes is provided, mainly including conductive materials, biomaterials, and smart materials. The advantages, limitations, and future perspectives of these materials for additive manufacturing are discussed. It is believed that the innovations of material strategies in parallel with the evolution of additive manufacturing processes will provide numerous possibilities for the fabrication of complex smart constructs with multiple functions, which will significantly widen the application fields of next-generation additive manufacturing.

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conductive materials micro-/nano-scale 3D printing smart materials 4D printing biomaterials additive manufacturing bioprinting

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GB/T 7714 Chang, Jinke , He, Jiankang , Mao, Mao et al. Advanced Material Strategies for Next-Generation Additive Manufacturing [J]. | MATERIALS , 2018 , 11 (1) .
MLA Chang, Jinke et al. "Advanced Material Strategies for Next-Generation Additive Manufacturing" . | MATERIALS 11 . 1 (2018) .
APA Chang, Jinke , He, Jiankang , Mao, Mao , Zhou, Wenxing , Lei, Qi , Li, Xiao et al. Advanced Material Strategies for Next-Generation Additive Manufacturing . | MATERIALS , 2018 , 11 (1) .
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Novel Application of Cell Penetrating R11 Peptide for Diagnosis of Bladder Cancer EI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2018 , 14 (1) , 161-167 | JOURNAL OF BIOMEDICAL NANOTECHNOLOGY
WoS CC Cited Count: 1 SCOPUS Cited Count: 3
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Objective: As a novel cell-permeable peptide, polyarginine (R11) showed great potential as contrast agent to target bladder cancer (BCa) for therapeutic applications. However, its diagnostic ability and uptake efficiency between BCa and normal bladder tissues is unknown. In this study, we investigated the feasibility of R11 conjugated with fluorescein isothiocyanate (FITC-R11) for detecting BCa in clinical practice. Method: FITC-R11 was synthesized and incubated with BCa cell lines (T24, 5637, RT4), normal immortalized human bladder epithelial cell line (SVHUC) and clinical specimens from BCa and benign prostate hyperplasia patients. The uptake efficiency was determined by the mean values of relative FITC intensity. Furthermore, FITC-R11 was intravesically injected into the athymic nude mice bearing orthotopic T24-t tumors and pulmonary metastasis of bladder tumor mice models, the fluorescence intensity of bladder tumors and normal bladder tissues was examined, as well as lung tissues. Result: After incubation with FITC-R11, the fluorescence intensity of T24, 5637, RT4 and SVHUC cell line was 64678.56 +/- 9699.27, 46456.22 +/- 2588.06, 33802.02 +/- 429.72 and 17785.01 +/- 1704.36, respectively (P < 0.05). In the athymic nude mice bearing orthotopic T24-t tumors, FITC-R11 showed elevated accumulation in the bladder tumors compared with normal bladder tissues, FITC-R11 was also accumulated in the lung of pulmonary metastasis mice. Moreover, the uptake efficiency of FITC-R11 in patients' BCa tissues was much higher than in normal bladder tissues (6441.95 vs. 1196.92, P < 0.05), as well as the urine samples of BCa patients and benign prostate hyperplasia patients (30250.37 vs. 4948.42, P < 0.05). Conclusion: As compared with normal bladder tissue, FITC-R11 is a more specific molecular probe for BCa, and has the potential application in clinical practice.

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Bladder Cancer Cell Penetrating Peptide Diagnosis FITC-R11

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GB/T 7714 Du, Yiqing , Wang, Lei , Wang, Weiyi et al. Novel Application of Cell Penetrating R11 Peptide for Diagnosis of Bladder Cancer [J]. | JOURNAL OF BIOMEDICAL NANOTECHNOLOGY , 2018 , 14 (1) : 161-167 .
MLA Du, Yiqing et al. "Novel Application of Cell Penetrating R11 Peptide for Diagnosis of Bladder Cancer" . | JOURNAL OF BIOMEDICAL NANOTECHNOLOGY 14 . 1 (2018) : 161-167 .
APA Du, Yiqing , Wang, Lei , Wang, Weiyi , Guo, Ting , Zhang, Mengzhao , Zhang, Pu et al. Novel Application of Cell Penetrating R11 Peptide for Diagnosis of Bladder Cancer . | JOURNAL OF BIOMEDICAL NANOTECHNOLOGY , 2018 , 14 (1) , 161-167 .
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A Method of Accurate Bone Tunnel Placement for Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction Based on 3-Dimensional Printing Technology: A Cadaveric Study SCIE PubMed Scopus
期刊论文 | 2018 , 34 (2) , 546-556 | ARTHROSCOPY-THE JOURNAL OF ARTHROSCOPIC AND RELATED SURGERY
WoS CC Cited Count: 2 SCOPUS Cited Count: 2
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Purpose: To explore a method of bone tunnel placement for anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction based on 3-dimensional (3D) printing technology and to assess its accuracy. Methods: Twenty human cadaveric knees were scanned by thin-layer computed tomography (CT). To obtain data on bones used to establish a knee joint model by computer software, customized bone anchors were installed before CT. The reference point was determined at the femoral and tibial footprint areas of the ACL. The site and direction of the bone tunnels of the femur and tibia were designed and calibrated on the knee joint model according to the reference point. The resin template was designed and printed by 3D printing. Placement of the bone tunnels was accomplished by use of templates, and the cadaveric knees were scanned again to compare the concordance of the internal opening of the bone tunnels and reference points. Results: The twenty 3D printing templates were designed and printed successfully. CT data analysis between the planned and actual drilled tunnel positions showed mean deviations of 0.57 mm (range, 0-1.5 mm; standard deviation, 0.42 mm) at the femur and 0.58 mm (range, 0-1.5mm; standard deviation, 0.47 mm) at the tibia. Conclusions: The accuracy of bone tunnel placement for ACL reconstruction in cadaveric adult knees based on 3D printing technology is high.

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GB/T 7714 Ni, Jianlong , Li, Dichen , Mao, Mao et al. A Method of Accurate Bone Tunnel Placement for Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction Based on 3-Dimensional Printing Technology: A Cadaveric Study [J]. | ARTHROSCOPY-THE JOURNAL OF ARTHROSCOPIC AND RELATED SURGERY , 2018 , 34 (2) : 546-556 .
MLA Ni, Jianlong et al. "A Method of Accurate Bone Tunnel Placement for Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction Based on 3-Dimensional Printing Technology: A Cadaveric Study" . | ARTHROSCOPY-THE JOURNAL OF ARTHROSCOPIC AND RELATED SURGERY 34 . 2 (2018) : 546-556 .
APA Ni, Jianlong , Li, Dichen , Mao, Mao , Dang, Xiaoqian , Wang, Kunzheng , He, Jiankang et al. A Method of Accurate Bone Tunnel Placement for Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction Based on 3-Dimensional Printing Technology: A Cadaveric Study . | ARTHROSCOPY-THE JOURNAL OF ARTHROSCOPIC AND RELATED SURGERY , 2018 , 34 (2) , 546-556 .
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Electrohydrodynamic Printing of Microscale PEDOT:PSS-PEO Features with Tunable Conductive/Thermal Properties EI SCIE PubMed Scopus
期刊论文 | 2018 , 10 (22) , 19116-19122 | ACS APPLIED MATERIALS & INTERFACES
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Electrohydrodynamic (EHD) printing has been recently investigated as an effective technique to produce high-resolution conductive features. Most of the existing EHD printing studies for conductive features were based on metallic nanoparticle inks in a microdripping mode, which exhibited relatively low timing Plate efficiency and commonly required high-temperature annealing process to achieve high conductivity. The EHD printing of highresolution conductive features at a relatively low temperature and in a continuous cone-jetting mode is still challenging because the conductive inks might connect the charged nozzle, and the grounded conductive or semiconductive substrates to cause discharge and terminate the printing process. In this study, the EHD printing process of conductive polymers in a low-temperature cone-jetting mode was explored to fabricate conductive microstructures. The smallest width of poly(3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene):polystyrene sulfonate (PEDOT:PSS) lines was 27.25 +/- 3.76 mu m with nozzle diameter of 100 mu m. It was interesting to find that the electrohydrodynamically printed PEDOT:PSS-PEO features exhibited unique thermal properties when a dc voltage was applied. The conductive and thermal properties of the resultant features were highly dependent on the printing layer number. Microscale PEDOT:PSS features were further encapsulated into electrospun nanofibrous mesh to form a flexible sandwich structure. The EHD printing of PEDOT:PSS features with tunable conductive and thermal properties might be useful for the applications of flexible and wearable microdevices.

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flexible electronics tunable conductive/thermal properties PEDOT:PSS electrohydrodynamic printing microscale conductive features

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GB/T 7714 Chang, Jinke , He, Jiankang , Lei, Qi et al. Electrohydrodynamic Printing of Microscale PEDOT:PSS-PEO Features with Tunable Conductive/Thermal Properties [J]. | ACS APPLIED MATERIALS & INTERFACES , 2018 , 10 (22) : 19116-19122 .
MLA Chang, Jinke et al. "Electrohydrodynamic Printing of Microscale PEDOT:PSS-PEO Features with Tunable Conductive/Thermal Properties" . | ACS APPLIED MATERIALS & INTERFACES 10 . 22 (2018) : 19116-19122 .
APA Chang, Jinke , He, Jiankang , Lei, Qi , Li, Dichen . Electrohydrodynamic Printing of Microscale PEDOT:PSS-PEO Features with Tunable Conductive/Thermal Properties . | ACS APPLIED MATERIALS & INTERFACES , 2018 , 10 (22) , 19116-19122 .
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Microscale electrohydrodynamic printing of conductive silver features based on in situ reactive inks EI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2018 , 6 (2) , 213-218 | JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY C
WoS CC Cited Count: 5
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Electrohydrodynamic (EHD) printing is a promising approach to fabricate high-resolution features with low cost and high efficiency. However, the existing EHD printing explorations based on nano-particle inks commonly require high post-treatment temperature (4150 degrees C) to achieve desired conductivity, which limits their application in flexible substrates like polymers. Here an EHD printing strategy based on in situ reactive inks is presented to fabricate microscale conductive silver features with tunable resistance on various flexible substrates at mild temperature. The width of the EHD printed features can be flexibly tuned by process parameters, while the resistance can be tuned by the number of printing layers. The printed feature has the smallest size of 27.6 +/- 3.4 lm and exhibits an electrical conductivity of 3.3 +/- 106 S m(-1). The capability to electrohydrodynamically print microscale conductive features on various flexible substrates was finally demonstrated.

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GB/T 7714 Lei, Qi , He, Jiankang , Zhang, Bing et al. Microscale electrohydrodynamic printing of conductive silver features based on in situ reactive inks [J]. | JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY C , 2018 , 6 (2) : 213-218 .
MLA Lei, Qi et al. "Microscale electrohydrodynamic printing of conductive silver features based on in situ reactive inks" . | JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY C 6 . 2 (2018) : 213-218 .
APA Lei, Qi , He, Jiankang , Zhang, Bing , Chang, Jinke , Li, Dichen . Microscale electrohydrodynamic printing of conductive silver features based on in situ reactive inks . | JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY C , 2018 , 6 (2) , 213-218 .
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Electrohydrodynamic 3D printing of microscale poly (epsilon-caprolactone) scaffolds with multi-walled carbon nanotubes EI SCIE PubMed Scopus
期刊论文 | 2017 , 9 (1) | BIOFABRICATION | IF: 6.838
WoS CC Cited Count: 9
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Electrohydrodynamic 3D printing is a promising strategy to controllably fabricate hierarchical fibrous architectures that mimic the structural organizations of native extracellular matrix. However, most of the existing investigations are mainly based on viscous melted biopolymers which make it difficult to uniformly incorporate bioactive or functional nanobiomaterials into the printed microfibers for functionization. Here we investigated the feasibility of employing solution-based electrohydrodynamic 3D printing to fabricate microscale poly (epsilon-caprolactone) (PCL) scaffolds with multi-walled carbon nanotubes (MWCNTs). The effect of polyethylene oxide (PEO) content in the acetic acid solution of PCL on the 3D profile and dimension of the electrohydrodynamically printed walls was studied for an optimal PEO-PCL composition. When the contents of PEO and PCL are 8w/v% and 5 w/v%, respectively, 3D fibrous lactic structures with different MWCNTs content could be stably printed with the fiber diameter about 10 mu m, close to the size of living cells. Biological experiments showed that although the addition of MWCNTs negatively affected cellular attachment compared with PEO-PCL scaffolds, the electrohydrodynamically printed PEO-PCL-MWCNT scaffolds facilitated cell alignment. It is envisioned that the presented electrohydrodynamic 3D printing might provide a new strategy to flexibly incorporate various nanobiomaterials into microscale fibrous structures for specific functionality or mimicking of hierarchically organized nanocomposites in vivo.

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microfibrous scaffold electrohydrodynamic 3D printing multi-walled carbon nanotubes biofabrication

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GB/T 7714 He, Jiankang , Xu, Fangyuan , Dong, Ruonan et al. Electrohydrodynamic 3D printing of microscale poly (epsilon-caprolactone) scaffolds with multi-walled carbon nanotubes [J]. | BIOFABRICATION , 2017 , 9 (1) .
MLA He, Jiankang et al. "Electrohydrodynamic 3D printing of microscale poly (epsilon-caprolactone) scaffolds with multi-walled carbon nanotubes" . | BIOFABRICATION 9 . 1 (2017) .
APA He, Jiankang , Xu, Fangyuan , Dong, Ruonan , Guo, Baolin , Li, Dichen . Electrohydrodynamic 3D printing of microscale poly (epsilon-caprolactone) scaffolds with multi-walled carbon nanotubes . | BIOFABRICATION , 2017 , 9 (1) .
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Microfiber-reinforced nanofibrous scaffolds with structural and material gradients to mimic ligament-to-bone interface EI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2017 , 5 (43) , 8579-8590 | JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY B | IF: 4.776
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Most of the existing tissue-engineered scaffolds for the regeneration of anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) are unable to recapitulate the structural/compositional/mechanical gradients at native ACL-bone interface. Herein, we present a unique electrospinning strategy to fabricate microfiber-reinforced nanofibrous scaffolds with structure and composition gradients. The orientations of the electrospun nanofibers gradually change from random to highly aligned, and the contents of nano-hydroxyapatite (nHA) and bone morphogenesis protein (BMP-2) encapsulated into the nanofibers exhibit gradient variation. The gradient nanofibrous scaffolds were found to regulate cellular morphology and zonal bone-specific differentiation in vitro. The incorporation of microfibers significantly improved the mechanical property of the gradient nanofibrous scaffolds, which was similar to native ACL-bone fixation after implantation in vivo. Histological observations revealed that the gradient scaffolds facilitated the formation of fibrocartilage transitional zone at graft and bone attachments that are similar to native ligament-to-bone interface. We envision that the presented method might provide biomimetic physical/chemical/mechanical microenvironments for enhanced multitissue regeneration particularly at the soft-hard tissue interface.

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GB/T 7714 He, Jiankang , Jiang, Nan , Qin, Ting et al. Microfiber-reinforced nanofibrous scaffolds with structural and material gradients to mimic ligament-to-bone interface [J]. | JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY B , 2017 , 5 (43) : 8579-8590 .
MLA He, Jiankang et al. "Microfiber-reinforced nanofibrous scaffolds with structural and material gradients to mimic ligament-to-bone interface" . | JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY B 5 . 43 (2017) : 8579-8590 .
APA He, Jiankang , Jiang, Nan , Qin, Ting , Zhang, Weijie , Liu, Zhuo , Liu, Yaxiong et al. Microfiber-reinforced nanofibrous scaffolds with structural and material gradients to mimic ligament-to-bone interface . | JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY B , 2017 , 5 (43) , 8579-8590 .
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The Emerging Frontiers and Applications of High-Resolution 3D Printing EI SCIE Scopus
期刊论文 | 2017 , 8 (4) | MICROMACHINES | IF: 2.222
WoS CC Cited Count: 10 SCOPUS Cited Count: 13
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Over the past few decades, there has been an increasing interest in the fabrication of complex high-resolution three-dimensional (3D) architectures at micro/nanoscale. These architectures can be obtained through conventional microfabrication methods including photolithography, electron-beam lithography, femtosecond laser lithography, nanoimprint lithography, etc. However, the applications of these fabrication methods are limited by their high costs, the generation of various chemical wastes, and their insufficient ability to create high-aspect-ratio 3D structures. High-resolution 3D printing has recently emerged as a promising solution, as it is capable of building multifunctional 3D constructs with optimal properties. Here we present a review on the principles and the recent advances of high-resolution 3D printing techniques, including two-photon polymerization (TPP), projection microstereoLithography (P mu SL), direct ink writing (DIW) and electrohydrodynamic printing (EHDP). We also highlight their typical applications in various fields such as metamaterials, energy storage, flexible electronics, microscale tissue engineering scaffolds and organ-on-chips. Finally, we discuss the challenge and perspective of these high-resolution 3D printing techniques in technical and application aspects. We believe that high-resolution 3D printing will eventually revolutionize the microfabrication processes of 3D architectures with high product quality and diversified materials. It will also find applications in a wide scope.

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projection microstereoLithography electrohydrodynamic printing micro/nanofabrication high-resolution 3D printing direct ink writing two-photon polymerization

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GB/T 7714 Mao, Mao , He, Jiankang , Li, Xiao et al. The Emerging Frontiers and Applications of High-Resolution 3D Printing [J]. | MICROMACHINES , 2017 , 8 (4) .
MLA Mao, Mao et al. "The Emerging Frontiers and Applications of High-Resolution 3D Printing" . | MICROMACHINES 8 . 4 (2017) .
APA Mao, Mao , He, Jiankang , Li, Xiao , Zhang, Bing , Lei, Qi , Liu, Yaxiong et al. The Emerging Frontiers and Applications of High-Resolution 3D Printing . | MICROMACHINES , 2017 , 8 (4) .
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Microscale Electro-Hydrodynamic Cell Printing with High Viability EI SCIE PubMed Scopus
期刊论文 | 2017 , 13 (47) | SMALL | IF: 9.598
WoS CC Cited Count: 13 SCOPUS Cited Count: 3
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Cell printing has gained extensive attentions for the controlled fabrication of living cellular constructs in vitro. Various cell printing techniques are now being explored and developed for improved cell viability and printing resolution. Here an electro-hydrodynamic cell printing strategy is developed with microscale resolution (<100 mu m) and high cellular viability (>95%). Unlike the existing electro-hydrodynamic cell jetting or printing explorations, insulating substrate is used to replace conventional semiconductive substrate as the collecting surface which significantly reduces the electrical current in the electro-hydrodynamic printing process from milliamperes (>0.5 mA) to microamperes (<10 mu A). Additionally, the nozzle-to-collector distance is fixed as small as 100 mu m for better control over filament deposition. These features ensure high cellular viability and normal postproliferative capability of the electro-hydrodynamically printed cells. The smallest width of the electro-hydrodynamically printed hydrogel filament is 82.4 +/- 14.3 mu m by optimizing process parameters. Multiple hydrogels or multilayer cell-laden constructs can be flexibly printed under cell-friendly conditions. The printed cells in multilayer hydrogels kept alive and gradually spread during 7-days culture in vitro. This exploration offers a novel and promising cell printing strategy which might benefit future biomedical innovations such as microscale tissue engineering, organ-on-a-chip systems, and nanomedicine.

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tissue engineering cell printing electro-hydrodynamic printing hydrogel

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GB/T 7714 He, Jiankang , Zhao, Xiang , Chang, Jinke et al. Microscale Electro-Hydrodynamic Cell Printing with High Viability [J]. | SMALL , 2017 , 13 (47) .
MLA He, Jiankang et al. "Microscale Electro-Hydrodynamic Cell Printing with High Viability" . | SMALL 13 . 47 (2017) .
APA He, Jiankang , Zhao, Xiang , Chang, Jinke , Li, Dichen . Microscale Electro-Hydrodynamic Cell Printing with High Viability . | SMALL , 2017 , 13 (47) .
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