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Printing of fabrics of human bodies
The subject is not new, but very interesting and mind bewitches. Came across on a membrane article that the group of the American scientists used the Hewlett Packard and Canon inkjet printers four years ago and learned to print live biological objects. Instead of ink living cells, and as a basis [paper] thermoreversible gel were used.

To read further...
In April of this year faced one article already on the Russian website that break was outlined in this technology. The idea consists in that to print not entirely bodies, and separate parts them. And the nature itself will already complete their integration among themselves and tissues of the recipient.

Read in more detail here:
www.membrana.ru/articles/health/2004/08/18/214600.html
www.membrana.ru/articles/health/2008/03/24/210900.html
www.medlinks.ru/article.php?sid=32209
organprint.missouri.edu/www/index.php

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