In vitro construction of a potential skin substitute through direct human keratinocyte plating onto decellularized glycerol-preserved allodermis.


This work demonstrates that glycerol-preserved acellular allodermis can be used as support for the proliferation of human keratinocytes and that the characteristics of this bioengineered tissue suggest its possible use as a permanent skin substitute for therapeutic challenges such as extensive burns as well as its possible use as an in vitro model for… (More)


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