Skin Equivalents Background Reading
Labskin uses a dermal component consisting of fibroblasts incorporated into a fibrin matrix and allows microorganisms to be grown on its surface, mimicking infection or the skin’s natural microflora.

Skin equivalents-skin from reconstructions as models to study skin development and diseases

In vitro skin three-dimensional models and their applications

Progress and Future Prospectives in Skin-on-Chip Development with Emphasis on the use of Different Cell Types and Technical Challenges

Application Notes

AN001 Dandruff Malassezia

AN002 Anti-Ageing

AN003 Dermatophyte Invasion

AN004 IL-18 sensitisation assay

AN005 Tampons TSST-1

AN006 Percutaneous Absorption

AN007 Drug Penetration

AN008 Wounding & Healing

AN009 ‘Omic’ Analysis

AN010 Drug Metabolism

AN011 Immunohistochemistry of Labskin

AN012 Stratum Corneum Thickness

AN013 Innate immunity / Anti microbial peptides

AN014 DNA damage / UV exposure / phototoxicity

AN015 Bacterial infection

AN016 Skin hydration / Barrier function

AN017 Wound dressings & healing

AN018 Wounds & Biofilms

AN019 Inflammation

AN020 Skin pH

Clinically Validated Tests on
Lab-Grown Human Skin

Supervised Clinical Test Protocols

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