Human Skin Cell Cultures Incubated at DIZG in BINDER Incubators for Clinical Use
4 Mar 2014
The first clinical use of cultured autologous skin produced at DIZG was in 1995. The culture made a significant contribution to the life-saving treatment of a severely burned patient. Today, the Biotechnology Division of the institute is still primarily engaged in making cultured autologous skin available to such patients in burn centers quickly and reliably. This case study describes how the institute uses several BINDER incubators of the CB150 series to incubate human skin cell cultures.