Synthetic biology and 3D printing for the production of artificial living materials

Researchers have developed a new bioprinting method using genetically modified plant cells, creating living materials with customizable behaviors and capabilities. This breakthrough was achieved by 3D printing bio-inks containing tobacco plant cells and bacteria, which facilitated DNA transfer to the cells, resulting in complex, self-sustaining structures. The study highlights the potential of these materials for applications in sustainable construction and advanced bioproduction.

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