Cell expansion is defined as the production of daughter cells which arise originally from the single cell. Cell expansion is beneficial either therapeutically as drug screening tools or for core research purposes.
Salmonella is a genus of gram negative bacteria, which are rod shaped in nature. These bacteria are non spore forming, flagellate and motile. There are two important species of bacteria found in salmonella genus called as S Bongori and S Enterica.
Three-dimensional bioprinting refers to the process of developing cell patterns in a limited space with the help of 3D printing technologies. The viability and function of the cells are retained within the printed structure.