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New adhesive revolutionizes medical technology

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Researchers from various Frauenhofer Institutes and partners have developed a dopamine-based tissue adhesive. This printable adhesive enables a permanent and biocompatible connection between implants and tissue. In our article, we highlight how the adhesive minimizes the need for subsequent revisions and how its photoreactive properties make it suitable for precise, customized applications in 3D printing.

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Article: Biomimetic adhesive for tissue and bone from the 3D printer
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Biomimetic adhesive for tissue and bone from the 3D printer

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Image: Implant shaft under 3D printer; Copyright: Fraunhofer CMI
Researchers at the Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Polymer Research together with the Fraunhofer Institute for Interfacial Engineering and Biotechnology (IGB) and the Fraunhofer USA Center for Manufacturing Innovation have developed a tissue adhesive based on the model of the mussel. The printable dopamine-based tissue adhesive can even be printed on curved, uneven surfaces.
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Biomimetic adhesive for tissue and bone from the 3D printer
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