Yunhua Ji

Department of Urology, Air Force Military Medical University, Tangdu Hospital, China


  • Review Article   
    3D Bioprinting Technology and its Application to Bladder Tumor Models: A Review
    Author(s): Yunhua Ji63379, Linmeng Wang63380, Qi Xue63381, Zhirong Luo63382 and Bo Zhang63383*

    Bladder cancer continues to show an increasing trend in morbidity and mortality, and recurrence of treatment and tumor invasiveness continue to be clinically problematic. Currently, plate cultivation is influenced by a single cell type and limited cell number, which makes it difficult to simulate the microenvironment of tumor cells, while the molecular and genetic instability and high costliness in the long-term culture of animal models still leaves a gap in constructing a similar microenvironment of human tissues. The aim of this work is to provide a systematic review of literature on bioprinting models of bladder cancer, to provide a systematic evaluation of the published literature based on a systematic review and meta-analysis of the preferred reporting project guidelines. A systematic evaluation of the database with composite PRISMA criteria was performed. Two authors independent.. Read More»
    DOI: 10.31858/0975-8453.14.10.633-640

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