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Artificial skin with a bright future

Scientists have succeeded in creating an artificial skin in the laboratory similar to human skin
Scientists have succeeded in creating an artificial skin in the laboratory similar to human skin

A major change is about to occur in skin grafts: Australian scientists appear to have succeeded in reproducing an artificial skin similar to human skin, and living with a natural thickness.

Until now, skin grafts for burn victims for example, were achieved through the cultivation of small pieces of skin cells from the person concerned.

However, this skin created in the lab was not really living like natural skin, it prevented perspiration, had no function pilose, lacking plasticity and not driving flows nervous.

Skin created by Australian researchers has for its all natural skin functions and could significantly improve the lives of people who suffered graft.


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