This chapter aims to focus on state of the art in existing nanostructured bioinks and nanoscale surface interactions. To this end, we first briefly describe the definition and principals of three-dimensional (3D) bioprinting followed by an in-depth explanation of the different bioprinting technologies. Then, we demonstrate the synthesis, surface, and bulk modifications of nanobioinks. The discussion is then followed by the applications of these 3D structures in regenerative medicine focusing on a blood vessel, bone, dental, cartilage, and neural 3D bioprinting. At the end, challenges and future development of nanostructured bioprinting constructs are discussed.
|Title of host publication||Harnessing nanoscale surface interactions|
|Subtitle of host publication||contemporary synthesis, applications and theory|
|Editors||David J. Henry|
|Place of Publication||Amsterdam; Oxford, UK; Cambridge, US|
|Number of pages||24|
|Publication status||Published - 2020|
Manavitehrani, I., Nasiri, N., & Parviz, M. (2020). Nanomaterials in 3D bioprinting: synthesis, modification, and application. In D. J. Henry (Ed.), Harnessing nanoscale surface interactions: contemporary synthesis, applications and theory (pp. 149-172). Amsterdam; Oxford, UK; Cambridge, US: Elsevier.