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AbstractThe replacement of animal models for investigation of inflammation and wound healing has been advancing by means of in vitro skin equivalents with increasing levels of complexity. However, the current in vitro skin models still have a limited pre-clinical relevance due to their lack of immune cells. So far, few steps have been made towards the incorporation of immune cells into in vitro skin and the requirements for immunocompetent co-cultures remain unexplored. To establish suitabledoi:10.1038/s41598-021-86486-7 pmid:33782484 fatcat:yxnzn3is4vfijou3wyfhtdp5yy