Growing skin in a lab has benefits for humans and turtles alike


Scientists just engineered reptile skin for the first time Green sea turtles are threatened by a tumor disease called fibropapillomatosis. Thierry Work, USGS If you look at your skin, most of what you will see is actually dead cells. This thin outermost sheet protects the living cells underneath as they develop. “That’s why people exfoliate—because your…


Growing skin in a lab has benefits for humans and turtles alike
Growing skin in a lab has benefits for humans and turtles alike

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