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Autologous human plasma-based dermo-epidermal skin equivalents have been designed over the past decade to treat burns and surgical wounds; however, poor mechanical properties including fragility during handling, and shrinking during culture and implantation persist and demand creative solutions. This article investigates the mechanical modulation of human plasma-based skin scaffolds with the introduction of an interpenetrating biodegradable polyethylene glycol (PEG) network composed of 4-armdoi:10.5821/sibb.24.1.5142 fatcat:h3xs4gfwhba5xazoot5nkm2lfm