A prospective multicenter study of the efficacy and tolerability of cryopreserved allogenic human keratinocytes to treat venous leg ulcers.

@article{Beele2005APM,
  title={A prospective multicenter study of the efficacy and tolerability of cryopreserved allogenic human keratinocytes to treat venous leg ulcers.},
  author={Hilde Beele and M de la Brassine and Joseph Lambert and Erwin Suys and Christa de Cuyper and Jacque Decroix and Bert Boyden and Leen Tobback and Frank Hulstaert and Stefanie de Schepper and J Brissinck and Bernard M. Delaey and J P Draye and Andy De Deene and Peter de Waele and Gilbert Verbeken},
  journal={The international journal of lower extremity wounds},
  year={2005},
  volume={4 4},
  pages={225-33}
}
Allogeneic human keratinocyte cultures have been used to treat burn wounds, donor sites, and chronic skin ulcers with some success. Cryopreservation of these cultures allows for the production of large standardized batches that are readily available for use. The aim of the study presented in this report was to study effects of cryopreserved cultured allogenic human keratinocytes (CryoCeal) on chronic lower extremity wounds. Parameters were measured to study efficacy, tolerability, pain… CONTINUE READING

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