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Production of a model of culture grown skin for grafting on large burn

Production of a model of culture grown skin for grafting on large burn

Travaux Scientifiques des Chercheurs du Service de Sante des Armees (8): 225-226

A new method is described for obtaining a skin equivalent suitable for grafting on large burn wounds. It consists of the epidermalization of a U.V. irradiated dermal equivalent. This method combines the advantages of epidermal cell cultivation by using a feeder layer of fibroblasts and of cultivation on dermal equivalent.

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