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193 J Osborne, J Hellein, R Singla, PK Singal, DK Singla. Stem cells in three-dimensional bioprinting: Future perspectives. Curr Res Cardiol 2015;2(4):193-196. Three-dimensional (3D) bioprinting is a new technology used to create biological constructs, widening the scope of regenerative and therapeutic medicine. Stem cells are self-renewing, remain undifferentiated unless stimulated and have the capability to differentiate into all specialized cell types. These characteristics make stem cellsfatcat:hzcog2k7nva5joxsososjbq46i