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Regeneration of Human Skin Transplanted Onto the Nude Mouse: A Brief Review

  • M. Demarchez

Abstract

Wound healing is a major property of human skin which has not been studied in human skin grafts. I shall summarize here recent results concerning the potential for regeneration of human skin transplanted onto the nude mouse.

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