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Biomaterials news, October 2022

Monitoring kidney function might get less invasive

Novel 3D bioprinted tumor responds to treatment

For the first time, researchers have successfully 3D bioprinted a breast cancer tumor, which they have then treated with anticancer drugs.

A novel analytical toolkit for measuring the binding forces between single proteins and a substrate like cellulose could help to develop new nanomaterials.

The silk naturally produced by silkworms can be made 70% stronger than spider silks by removing a sticky outer layer and then manually spinning it.

Researchers have developed a silk-based material that can repel both water and almost anything that contains water.

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