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Skin

ISO 3166-3 code for Sikkim, which acceded to India in 1975. ISO 3166-3 codes are used to indicate names of countries that are no longer used.
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Creating this new type of skin using stem cells, which can be stored in tissue banks, means that it can be used instantly when injuries are caused, and which would bring the application of artificial skin forward many weeks," said Antonio Campos, Professor of Histology at the University of Granada and one of the authors of this study.
A world where a fly lands on the artificial skin of a person's arm, which speaks to an electronic device in the brain, which tells the person to shoo the bug away with a flick of a supersensitive finger.
Carmel Majidi, an assistant professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, meanwhile heads the Soft Machines Lab, where he is working on soft, stretchable elastic films and flexible electronics that, when integrated into soft robots or clothing, could serve as artificial skin.
Samples of unburned skin will be taken from their scalps to be sent to a laboratory in Boston, where artificial skin will be created.
The artificial skin, called Integra, was developed in America and is made from silicon, shark and cow collagen.
In addition to its commercial product for skin regeneration -- INTEGRA Artificial Skin -- the company is moving to rapidly commercialize products for bone and cartilage repair, and dental and neurological applications.
A team of multi-disciplinary researchers from Koc University developed artificial skin and bone tissue for the first time in Turkey.
That's the vision of Japanese researchers who have laminated a rubbery, pressure-sensing membrane onto a flexible layer of plastic transistors to create a primitive artificial skin.
SURGEONS working round-the-clock at Swansea's Morriston Hospital treating the casualties of the Corus explosion are using a revolutionary artificial skin made from shark fins.
As well being sold to DERA, skin was also used within the Trust to investigate wound healing and the preparation of artificial skin, as well as the treatment of burn wounds.
After 11 painful skin-graft operations using a revolutionary artificial skin, she has amazed surgeons with her progress.