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In recent years, hydrogels have been used as important biomaterials for 3D printing of three dimensional tis-sues or organs. The key issue for printing a successful scaffold is the selection of a material with a good printability. Rheological properties of hydrogels are believed to pay an important role in 3D printability. However the relations be-tween rheological properties of hydrogels and 3D printability have not been extensively studied. In this study, algi-nate-based hydrogels weredoi:10.18063/ijb.2016.02.007 fatcat:54qd7gp3m5gfhhbjfy36p27ibq