Australian scientists are attempting to create a synthetic "dermis"

06/17/2010 | Sydney Morning Herald (Australia), The

Researchers in Australia have cultivated a synthetic skinlike material seeded with stem cells. The dermis layer is very thin and holds nerves, hair follicles, blood vessels and sweat glands. Scientists have not achieved the desired thickness but have put grafts on animals in trials.

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