Bioprinted three-dimensional (3D) human liver constructs provide a model for interrogating liver biology

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Bioprinted three-dimensional (3D) human liver constructs provide a model for interrogating liver biology
 
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Justin B. Robbins, Colin M. O’Neill, Vivian Gorgen, Sharon C. Presnell, and Benjamin R. Shepherd

 
 

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