Scientists have figured out a way to “print” skin by putting cells in a “cartilage.”
This technology could expedite healing for burn victims, who currently rely on notoriously unreliable skin grafts.
This video, by Wake Forest School Of Medicine, breaks down the process in a few easy steps. We took screen shots of the video and provided a step-by-step of how it goes down.
First, scientists take skin cells from the patient. This is a fake hand made up to look burned under the machinery.
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