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Tissue Engineering In Burn Wound Healing: Current Modalities and Future Directions
International Clinical Pathology Journal
Current advances in tissue engineering and development of novel skin tissue substitutes provide a well opportunity to treat burn patients especially in the case of large burn wounds. Although the ability to culture autologous epidermal cells in-vitro from a small skin sample into multiple-layer sheets of epithelial cells alleviate the limitation of inadequate donor site in extensive burn wounds, many burn centers still face some challenges such as insufficient skin allografts which are used asdoi:10.15406/icpjl.2017.04.00085 fatcat:vqex5bbo7rbxtnszn3tz6vku7i