Study: Burn Victims’ Cells Regrow Skin Up to 30% Faster

November 8, 2018

(UPI) – Human trials are planned early next year on burn victims after researchers regrew skin in animals up to 30 percent quicker from human burn cells. Researchers at the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Medicine were the first to find live stem cells in the discarded dermis layer of the skin of human burn victims and apply them for faster skin regrowth in animals. They published their findings this week in the journal eBioMedicine.

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