In vitro 3D bioprinting trabecular meshwork models using organic hydrogels

Raymond Huff, Matthew Osmond & Melissa D. Krebs
In this study, biocompatible hydrogels and 3D bioprinting were brought together to explore the construction of structurally representative models of the trabecular meshwork (TM) of the eye. Two biologically derived polymer hydrogels—sodium alginate and methacrylated gelatin—were investigated for suitability in the printing process, and optimized for print resolution. This testing lays a foundation for creating living, three-dimensional cellular models.
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