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Scientists from Novosibirsk Started Growing Human Skin
30.11.2016 17:11
Scientists from Novosibirsk Started Growing Human Skin

Russian scientists have made a biotechnological breakthrough.

      The research and production association Perspective from Novosibirsk has developed technology of artificial skin growing. New cells are obtained invitro from micro fragments of natural human skin.

      It will be used for testing the impact of chemical substances as well as cosmetics and drugs on human skin.

      Along with this group such research is carried out in one of the scientific laboratories of Moscow.

      "This method enables us to save lives of laboratory animals. About 100 millions of them are used for testing every year.  Since we get human skin cells and we are testing human skin instead of animal skin, our results are more veritable" - the experts point out.

      Above all, this test system is a significant shift towards import substitution.

       


Sources: http://ndn.info 


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Innovations Russian Medicine    

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