Efficient reproduction of human skin

October 2016 Case Study - Sysmex

Successful reproduction of human skin cells

In biomedical research and application, regenerative technologies are among the most innovative and promising fields of the future. Regenerative medicine is concerned with healing different illnesses by repairing dysfunctional cells, tissues, and organs, both through biological replacement, for example, using cultivated tissues, as well as by stimulating the body‘s own regeneration and repair processes. Cultivating cell tissue involves removing skin from the patient, multiplying it in the laboratory, and later implanting it into the patient. This new form of therapy is of ground-breaking significance for victims with extensive burns, as significant scars form as a result of traditional transplantation procedures which often stay with the patient for the rest of their life.