How is reconstructed skin produced in the laboratory?

Laboratory reconstructed skin is very useful in understanding the impact of ultraviolet radiation on our skin cells. Françoise Bernerd, Head of L'Oréal’s Light and Pigmentation Laboratory, explains how the group's scientists reconstruct skin using cells from the different layers of the skin: the dermis, epidermis and stratum corneum.

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