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In skin transplantation, an existing vasculature supports a rapid anastomosis of donor skin to the host's vasculature (inosculation), whereas for tissue-engineered skin implants, new vessels must be formed by angiogenesis, which delays graft integration (Young et al.
With a view to determining the possibility of repairing burn wounds with a combination of tissue-engineered skin and bone marrow stem cells, the study established a burn wound model in the skin of pigs, which is known to be anatomically and physiologically similar to human skin.
Other products include moist wound healing, tissue-engineered skin and agents that help the body's own ability to heal wounds.

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