Artificial Skin Cuts Scarring

A prototype artificial skin used to heal wounds has been developed by British researchers. Writing in the journal Regenerative Medicine, UK-based company Intercytex said it had produced promising results in early trials. It said the skin seemed to incorporate itself much better with real tissue than any other skin substitutes tried in the past. The researchers hope it might provide an alternative to skin grafts

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