A biocompatible material that is used to construct artificial organs, rehabilitation devices, or prostheses and replace natural body tissues.(noun)
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Use "biomaterial" in a sentence
"The capacity of metabolism by organisms ensures that cells have both the needed biomaterial and energy to enable cellular replication."
"Silk spiders are too anti-social to farm successfully, but these genetically modified goats provide a way to manufacture the biomaterial on a commercial scale."
"Washington State (mechanical engineering research on biomaterial as bone scaffolding), and Virginia Tech (engineering on hydrogen fuel cells), resulting in numerous presentations and co-authorship of silk research published in Biomacromolecules; economic case study published in the International"