Published in Blood Weekly, March 25th, 1996
Graftskin is a cultured organotypic skin equivalent which has been used in the treatment of various types of wounds. These skin equivalents are comprised of a collagen lattice containing human diploid fibroblasts. When the cultured epidermis is placed at an air-liquefied interface, a keratinizing stratified squamous epithelium forms which is similar to normal human epidermis.
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