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  2. Mesenchymal Stem Cell Printing and Process Regulated Cell Properties, Snyder J., et al., 2015, Biofabrication.

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  4. Three-dimensional bioprinting of embryonic stem cells directs highly uniform embryoid body formation, Ouyang L., et al., 2015, Biofabrication.

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  6. Fabrication of Microfluidic Manifold by Precision Extrusion Deposition and Replica Molding for Cell laden Device, Snyder J., et al., 2016, ASME Transaction: Journal of Manufacturing Science and Engineering.

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  14. A three-dimensional cell-laden microfluidic chip for in vitro drug metabolism detection, Hamid Q., et al., 2014, Biofabrication.

  15. Combined Multi-Nozzle Deposition and Freeze Casting Process to Superimpose Two Porous Networks for Hierarchical 3-Dimensional Microenvironment, Snyder J., et al., 2014, Biofabrication

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  22. Bioprinting cell-laden matrigel for radioprotection study of liver by pro-drug conversion in dual tissue microfluidic chip, Snyder, J., et al., 2011, Biofabrication.

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  24. Biofabrication of a Three-Dimensional Liver Micro-Organ as an In Vitro Drug Metabolism Model, Chang, R., et al., 2010, Biofabrication.

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  28. The Role of Printing Parameters and Scaffold Biopolymer Properties in the Efficacy of a New Hybrid Nano-bioprinting System, Buyukhatipoglu, K., et al., 2009, Biofabrication.

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  36. Solid Freeform Fabrication of Polycaprolactone/Hydroxyapatite Tissue scaffolds, Shor, L., et al., 2008, Trans ASME: Journal of Manufacturing Science and Engineering.

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  45. Direct Slicing of STEP Based NURBS Models for Layered Manufacturing, Starly, B., et al., 2005, Computer-Aided Design.

  46. A processing algorithm for freeform fabrication of heterogeneous structures, Sun, W., et al., 2004, Rapid Prototyping Journal, 2004.

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  50. Optimization with Minimum Process Error for Layered Manufacturing Fabrication, Lin, F., et al., 2001, Journal of Rapid Prototyping.

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