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J. Mansbridge, “Tissue-engineered skin substitutes,” Expert Opinion on Biological Therapy, Vol. 2, No. 1, 2002, pp. 25-34.

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  • TITLE: Biodegradable Polysaccharide Gels for Skin Scaffolds

    AUTHORS: Stephen Juris, Anja Mueller, Brian Smith, Samantha Johnston, Robert Walker, Robert Kross

    KEYWORDS: hydrogel, polysaccharides, skin scaffold

    JOURNAL NAME: Journal of Biomaterials and Nanobiotechnology, Vol.2 No.3, May 6, 2011

    ABSTRACT: A variety of skin substitutes are used in the treatment of full-thickness burns. Substitutes made from skin can harbor latent viruses, and artificial skin grafts can heal with extensive scarring, failing to regenerate structures such as glands, nerves, and hair follicles. Biodegradable and biocompatible hydrogels, however, rarely mimic the strength of the epidermis. Therefore, novel and practical skin scaffold materials remain to be developed. Polysaccharides form hydrogels with predicted inherent biocompatibility. This paper describes the preparation and biocompatibility of unique hydrogel skin scaffolds from plant-extracted polysaccharide mixtures of specific sources, types, and molecular weight fractions. These hydrogels have a range of mechanical and degradation properties with the potential to fulfill the multiple, diverse functions of artificial skin, including protection, compatibility with different cell types, biodegradation, and release of needed signals for cell growth and wound healing.